Cycling in brief

Published Oct 15, 2012 at 05:00AM

Cyclocross

• Area pros race in U.S. Gran Prix: Bend professional cyclist Ryan Trebon finished second to Jeremy Powers on Saturday at the U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross Smartwool Cup in Fort Collins, Colo. Trebon, who rides for Cannondale, placed seventh in Sunday’s race, also won by Powers. The two results moved Trebon into second place in the USGP elite men’s overall standings behind Powers, who has now won three of the four USGP races to date this season. Bend resident Barry Wicks was 13th on Saturday, picking up his first USGP points of the season, and 27th on Sunday. After finishing 19th among 80 riders on Saturday, another Bend pro, Adam Craig, placed seventh of 74 finishers in Sunday’s race. The Derby City Cup, the next USGP event, is schedule for Nov. 10-11 in Louisville, Ky.

• Central Oregonians win at Cross Crusade: Seven Bend cyclists topped the fields in their respective races at the second Cross Crusade event of the eight-race series, staged on Sunday in Rainier. Division winners were Carl Decker (Category A men), Sarah Max (masters women 35+ A), Andrew Sargent (masters men A 35+), Cary Schwarz (masters women B 35+), Lance Haidet (junior men), Ivy Taylor (junior women) and Andrew Steiner (masters men C 35+). Among other Bend finishers, Brennan Wodlti, took second place to Decker, Eric Schusterman was second in the masters men 50+ race, and Tim Jones (masters men A 35+), Javier Colton (junior men), Michelle Bazemore (masters women 45+), Holly Pfeiffer (masters women B 35+) and Laura Winberry (Category A women) placed third in their respective divisions.

Results of Central Oregon top-10 finishers are listed in Community Sports Scoreboard, above, right. Complete results of Sunday’s Cross Crusade are available at obra.org.

Mountain biking

• Area youth wins California race: Bend’s Carson Westberg has won the male junior category for the 2012 Team Bigfoot Endurance Series. Category winners were determined by the number of miles ridden during three races staged in Northern California in May, July and October. Westberg rode 184 miles throughout those races to win his category for boys age 17 and younger. Carson’s father, Steve Westberg, won the single speed category.

—Bulletin staff reports

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