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Sunday, June 5, 2011

6 4 2011 Kissena Royale data

Position: Queens, NY
Altitude: 50 feet above Sea Level
Equipment: Tiemeyer Track bike
Front Wheel: Mavic Ellipse Clincher
Front Tire:Vittoria Open Corsa CX 23mm
Rear Wheel: Karbona disk wheel
Rear Tire: Tufo S3 lite 21mm tubular
Bars: Deda drop bars 
Pedals: Shimano DurAce PD-7900 SPD-SL
Seat Post: Thompson Alum zero offset
Saddle: Fizik Gobi xm wing flex
Warm up gear: 48 x 16 = 81"
Racing Gear: 48 x 14 = 92"
Riders at track: 50

This week's Kissena Royale was by far the larget and most prestigious turn out of the series. There was Gibby Hatton, Andy Lakatosh, Danny Sullivan, Matt Difenbach to take part in the 1,2,3 Keirin.

Gibby Hatton


We also had our resident riders - Andrew LaCorte, Kimberly Edwards, Scott Demel and Brian Shea winning the overall Kissena Royale jerseys for their respective categories.


Mike Wilzipeski also continued his impressive form by winning the Cat 4 Miss & Out and the first Keirin heat.


One of our resident multiple time Masters National Champs - Kimberly Edwards mixed it up with the 1,2,3 Keirin Heats and then came back and soundly trashed all the Masters in the Keirin Feature - I got fifth right behind  up and coming junior - Stephanie Torres. Stephanie just came back from Ecuador where she took part in the National Championships there and won four Gold medals.
Kimberly with the 1,2,3 men
Kimberly with the Kissena Royale Jersey
Stephanie & Dad changing gears
Keirin effort No 1 - 92 inch gear 48x14





Keirin effort No 2 - 92 inch gear 48 x 14 (notice that 42 mph per hour speed above seems to be Garmin anomaly)

So after getting soundly trashed in the Keirin and Scratch race, I did a flying 200 meter effort after the races were over, this was my first flying 200 meter for the season. Gear used was a 92 inch 48x14 and the time was a 13.63 seconds.
Flying 200 meter - 92 inch gear 48x14
Bike configuration for today
Took the opportunity to get some motor pacing in after the races.
20 lap motor pace in 92 inch gear 48x14

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