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- Thread starter CycleBoy
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Town Cycle rocks!!!!!

Great race guys, thanks.

Great race guys, thanks.

Everything about this race was First Class...Thanks Town Cycle and all the volunteers!

I think we're gonna change the name to Fumble in the Jungle.

I like that name. It certainly describes how I felt!

Jim seems to be awfully photgenic on two wheels, first that city race with the steps shot now this....

Jim seems to be awfully photgenic on two wheels, first that city race with the steps shot now this....

It's the baby blue bike

-Jim.

I think this race was the best organized one among the H2H series so far. Plenty of volunteers and workers. Excellent job.

emrah

Ditto that. Great race! Question about times posted. On the sheets at the race it said to subtract X amount of minutes for each group but final times posted on line have the extra minutes included. Will they change or should we all just do some quick math ourselves? Just checking to see how I did compared to all ages in beginner class. Looks like I was 3rd in 40's and 8th overall. First year of mtn racing and looking forward to next year for my last year in 40's to move up to sport.

Ditto that. Great race! Question about times posted. On the sheets at the race it said to subtract X amount of minutes for each group but final times posted on line have the extra minutes included. Will they change or should we all just do some quick math ourselves? Just checking to see how I did compared to all ages in beginner class. Looks like I was 3rd in 40's and 8th overall. First year of mtn racing and looking forward to next year for my last year in 40's to move up to sport.

I wasn't aware of this, can someone explain?

Do you know how many minutes to subtract from each class?

Do you know how many minutes to subtract from each class?

Take the winner's time, subtract yours. That's the only number that matters.

You subtract the number of minutes behind the first group in your class. Here's an example:

SS went first: subtract 0 minutes

19-29 went next: subtract 2 minutes

30-34 went next: subtract 4

35-39 went next: subtract 6

etc etc etc

The race result times posted are already corrected. That is the actual time and on the right hand column shows us the splits just for reference. So, the time posted on the results is your real time. Sorry for the confusion. We thought we were making it easier for you, but mountain bikers always complicate things

Take the winner's time, subtract yours. That's the only number that matters.

You subtract the number of minutes behind the first group in your class. Here's an example:

Sport

SS went first: subtract 0 minutes

19-29 went next: subtract 2 minutes

30-34 went next: subtract 4

35-39 went next: subtract 6

etc etc etc

The race result times posted are already corrected. That is the actual time and on the right hand column shows us the splits just for reference. So, the time posted on the results is your real time. Sorry for the confusion. We thought we were making it easier for you, but mountain bikers always complicate things

Honestly I didn't even know the posted results had times. Frankly it doesn't matter. I came in 6th place. The guy in 5th was 30 minutes or 30 seconds faster than me, he still came in 5th.

The race result times posted are already corrected. That is the actual time and on the right hand column shows us the splits just for reference. So, the time posted on the results is your real time. Sorry for the confusion. We thought we were making it easier for you, but mountain bikers always complicate things

It doesn't really matter at this point but Norm is correct. I started running my stopwatch after the LM debacle just as a backup. For example according to my watch I did 1:44:50, the race time posted is 1:52:something, so you do have to subtract the 8 minutes (in my class) to get your actual run time.