Friday, September 28, 2007

Garmin and Cannondale take riders on desert night ride

The desert at night, Garmin, Niterider, and Cannondale bikes make a great combination!

See the Garmin story here: Garmin Interbike Night Ride with Cannondale

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Tinker's 2007 Sponsors

Dear Sponsors,

I want to say thank you for sponsorship in 2007. I won the National Championship jersey, the Solo 24 Hour World Championship jersey, had a great time in the NUE series and had a fantistic season. I couldn't have done it without all your support.

Many thanks,

Tinker

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Niterider, Cannondale, & Tinker at Red Rock Demo

SAN DIEGO, CA (BRAIN)-NiteRider Technical Lighting Systems announced they will be providing lights for Cannondale’s test ride demo days to be held at beautiful Red Rock Resort in Nevada, September 26-28.This three day event will provide the first time opportunity to ride Cannondale’s 2008 line of bikes. There will be multiple group rides of both mountain and road bikes daily and the event is open to the public. NiteRider will provide lights for the night rides which will be lead by 2X Olympian, Tinker Juarez.

Both Cannondale and NiteRider have been long time sponsors of Juarez, providing him bikes and lighting up the night as he continues to dominate the solos.NiteRider president Jack Gresmer said, “We were thrilled when Cannondale called us and asked us to help with lights. This will be a great opportunity for our dealers to try out the long awaited and much anticipated TriNewt. It will also be a chance for dealers go for a ride with the newly crowned 24 Hour Solo World Champion Tinker Juarez sporting his new Wireless TriNewt.”

For more information about Red Rock Demo Days please visit www.cannondale.com. For more information about NiteRider’s new lighting systems please visit http://www.niterider.com.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Tinker Juarez Wins 2007 Solo 24 Hour World Championship!!

























Image credit: spare cycles

Here is proud papa Tinker crossing the finish line with 8 month old son Joshua in his arms. Tinker has been waiting many years for this moment!

Image Credit: Scott Kennedy

More images of Tinker by Scott Kennedy: http://kennedyphotoworks.smugmug.com/gallery/3418821#191493576


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Monday, September 03, 2007

Thank you for the 2007 World Championship 24 Hour Solo Race at Laguna Seca

Just a quick note to say thank you to my family, friends, sponsors, fans, and everyone that came out to the 24 Hour Solo World Championship mountain bike race at Laguna Seca this past weekend. Especially want to thank Cannondale for the bikes - the Taurine and the brand new 2008 Carbon Scapel, Kenda for the perfect tires, Cytomax for the nutrition and energy drinks, Tifosi Optics for the eyewear, Niterider for lighting up the night, and the rest of my awesome sponsors. I couldn't have won it without your support!

I'm working on a post-race story but right now I'm heading over to a friend's house for a Labor Day BBQ to wish his son off since he's heading to Iraq. Here are a few photos and a link to the Cyclingnews.com story.

Thanks everyone!!

Tinker












Rusch and Juarez win in brutal conditions

Cyclingnews.com story By Sue George

Tinker Juarez and Rebecca Rusch won the 24 Hours of Adrenaline World Solo Championship in Monterey, California, this weekend. Juarez rode with Kelly Magelky for 21 hours and then attacked him for the win. Nat Ross, Ernesto Marenchin, and Mark Hendershot took third through fifth spots. Last year's second place Rusch, on the other hand, won by a larger margin of two laps in the women's race. Lynda Wallenfels and Sally Marchand Collins finished second and third.

Santa Cruz Syndicate's Hendershot commented on the challenging conditions. "It was a brutal race, over 100 degrees. Four of the top ten guys were pulled off the course by medics."

Both defending champions, Craig Gordon and Sue Haywood, and last year's runner-up Chris Eatough were absent from the event. The latter two chose to compete at the Shenandoah Mountain 100, the National Ultra Endurance Series final, in Virginia.
In a bizarre finish to the event, a brush fire burned up the Sea Otter downhill course just as the race was ending.

Elite - Male
1 Tinker Juarez (USA) 19 laps
2 Kelly Magelky (USA) 19
3 Nat Ross (USA) 18
4 Ernesto Marenchin (USA) 18
5 Mark Hendershot (USA) 18
6 John Waddell (Aus) 17
7 Steve Schwarz (USA) 17
8 Ian Leitch (GBr) 17
9 Chad Swanson (USA) 16
10 Leighton Poidevin (Can) 16