Mark Savery (Midwest Cycling Community) took the win, while Brad Auen (Lincoln Industries Racing) was second and Matt Tillinghast (Midwest Cycling Community) was third. Greg Shimonek and Ryan Feagan, both of Midwest Cycling Community, were fourth and fifth. Photo by Aaron Treadway
LOUISVILLE, Neb. — Mark Savery claimed the Cat. 1 Nebraska MTB championship on Saturday by holding off a charging Brad Auen at Platte River State Park.
Savery (Midwest Cycling Community), who won a UCI Masters World Cyclocross championship over the winter, and Auen (Lincoln Industries Racing) have battled head to head three times this season, with Savery getting the better end of the deal each time.
Matt Tillinghast, also of Midwest Cycling Community, finished third.
Caleb Uerling of Lincoln Industries Cycling won the Cat. 4 road race at the Tallgrass Stage Race on Saturday. He placed fourth in the crit on Sunday. Teammate Luke Sykora was second both days. Photo by Roger Harrison