Dean Laberge leads the break across the line with 11 laps to go. The gap is up to about 17 seconds.
As prime #5 is run the break is down to 8 riders. Looks like a crash took some of the riders in the break down. Laberge came to the pit with some damage to his jersey 8 laps to go
The break is now up to 7 with one rider in between the lead and the pack. Wi;; try to get some more names of the riders in the lead group. Prime #4 will be rung next time the riders come to the line.
9 riders in the lead by about 10 seconds over the pack as prime #4 is rung.
Benjamin Swann take sthe prime. Two more riders trying to bridge up to the break which now has 10 riders in it.
Prime #3 has just been rung ( 6 primes in a 40 minute race) A group of 4 including McKinley and Ash had a small gap going into the prime lap.
Dirk Copeland bridged up to the front group and won the sprint for the 3rd prime
After Kevin Metcalf got caught AMD sends Scott McKinley off the front as we go into our next prime lap.
AJM has just showed up to preform his Grand Marshall duties which will include starting the 1/2/Pro event.
John Ash takes the 2nd prime. Ash and Mckinley have a small gap off the front of the field.
In the masters 1/2/3 race Pabol Serna Cal Giant takes the first prime with the fast lap of the race so far at 1:35
The lap after the prime Kevin Metcalf attacks by himself
After an hour break to allow over 600 kids to ride the streets of Burlingame we are about to get racing underway again. The filed is full with 100 Masters 35+ 1/2/3 riders on the start line. AMD has a large team on the line along with Webcor, CVC and Safeway.
Top 10 o fthe master 35+ Cat 4s. A large crash right past the finishline on the start of the bell lap thinned the field considerably. Only one rider needed ambulance transport for a minor injury.
1 644 Michael Lampe Peninsula Velo/Kondra Systems
2 645 Stephen Langone Kaiser Permanente/ Team Oakland Cycling
3 641 Maurice Klein ThirstyBear/Castro Valley Cyclery
4 624 Ernest Gallardo DeMarco's
5 632 Tyron Hooper Fusion Sport USA
6 670 Doug Rappaport CRC/Hill & Co.
7 649 James Long Berkeley Bicycle Club (BBC)
8 652 Travis Ma Peninsula Velo/Kondra Systems
9 617 Scott Duiven Eastside Cycling
10 622 Ilan Eyman Berkeley Bicycle Club (BBC)
Top 10 of the Cat 3 race
1 429 Justin Fraga Kaiser Permanente/ Team Oakland Cycling
2 467 John Wilk Kaiser Permanente/ Team Oakland Cycling
3 418 Channing Chen Fusion Sport USA
4 460 Alden Tanaka Team Velo Europa-Cyfac
5 481 Jeff Eisenberg Fusion Sport USA
6 425 Todd Dodds Owens Healthcare
7 459 Matthew Tamel Shaws'/GCC
8 461 Chris Tanner Easton/Specialized
9 449 Steven Reid Easton/Specialized
10 408 Gregg Betonte Reno Wheelmen
Top 10 for the Cat 4 women's race
1) 129 Anna Woldring Team Velo Girls
2) 103 Aimee Baker Protech Racing
3) 122 Katie NORTON Velo Bella-Kona
4) 105 Natalia Berry Unattached
5) 113 Sarah Holmes Protech Racing
6) 111 Lauren Hecht Santa Clara University
7) 121 Christy Murphy Eastside cycles/Scott
8) 130 Margaret Winder Pegasus/VandenBerghe Properties Racing T
9) 135 Melissa Frost Metromint Cycling on Marin Bikes
10) 107 Birgit Cory CRC/HILL & CO.
The top 10 for the Burlingame Crit Cat 4 race.
1 225 Neil Harrington Webcor/Alto Velo
2 288 Dan Lindblom Peninsula Velo/Kondra Systems
3 237 Maurice Klein ThirstyBear/Castro Valley Cyclery
4 261 Alejandro Quintero Peninsula Velo/Kondra Systems
5 258 James Plummer Chico Corsa Cycling Team
6 210 Anthony Borba Third Pillar
7 283 Andrew Fox Fusion Sport USA
8 255 Todd Norwood Unattached
9 260 David Pouncy Unattached
10 248 David Mai Kovarus/Squadra Ovest