Finish Times and Photos for the 2013 Tour de Ranch Grand Fondo
The 2013 edition of the Tour de Ranch was fantastic. The day started off with massive storm clouds to the north and south that threatened to make it a soggy day. Fortunately, mother nature cooperated and ended up being an amazing spring day of riding the rolling hills of Northwest Florida. Below you will find the finish times and photos for the Tour de Ranch.
New for 2013 was the addition of a 64 mile dirt ride called the Dirty Fondo. We had a great turn out and everyone had an excellent time riding the new course. Overall we had a fantastic turnout for the Piccolo Fondo, Medio Fondo, Grand Fondo and Dirty Fondo. This was the second year Hammer Down has hosted this event over its long 17 year history. We have some great ideas for 2014 and will continue to grow this to be a premier endurance cycling event in the South East.
Special thanks to our sponsors: Big Daddy’s Bike Shop, Freedom Sports, Acentria, Dee’s Restaurant, Warrior Race Timing and Power Bar. Additionally, we would like to thank all of the volunteers that stepped up and dedicated their valuable time to help make this event a success. Thank You!
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We had some fast finish times for all of the events with the Grand Fondo lead pack of Jim Singleton, Brent Scarabin, Daniel Vu, Randy Hollinger, Chuong Tuai and Scott Steward finishing 108 miles in 4:35 or an average speed of 23.56mph. Tonya Blocker was the fastest female finisher coming in at 5:37.
The Medio Fondo had a John Hensz and Travis Dorman finish the 62 Miles in 2:40 or 23.25mph and AnnMarie O’Maley finish in 3:37.
The Dirty Fondo had a pack of 3 riders Robin Wilkes, Steve Donchey and Tim Kalvetal coming in at 3:29 and this included a 5 mile course correction due to some new trails being blazed. Top female finisher was Jenifer Talley with a time of 4:12.
2013 King and Queen of Strava on Orange Hill – If you recorded your ride on your Garmin device you can upload your ride to Strava.com for free and compare your ascent time up Orange Hill. The current King of Strava is John Hensz with Hammer Down climbing up in 1:51 or 17.9mph. The current Queen of Strava is Amanda Sulzberger.
Thank you everyone for making this a great event and we look forward to seeing you in 2014!!