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Lodi Cyclefest

10 Jun 2015 In: Our Events, Race Reports, Race Results, Team News

-Shawn Remy
I’ve been looking forward to this race all year! Most of you know, last year I crashed head on into a pole at 30mph on the final lap. Not to mention on Wednesday I got hit by a car on my way home from work causing me to go through the front windshield! My plan was to solo with 3 laps to go, I sat in patiently 2nd to 3rd wheel the entire race using zero energy. With 4 laps remaining with a guy off the front I helped bring him back as we entered 3 laps remaining I wasn’t ready to make my move. At the time we were in a break of 5 racers which included some strong dudes! With 2 laps to go I knew I had to go for it! I attacked on the back side and held it solo for the win in the end to celebrate. The crowd made me feel right at home as I crossed the finish line. Best feeling EVER!image

"Dream Finish"

“Dream Finish”

The smile says it all!
Making a break for it.

Making a break for it.

Keith was great!

Keith was great!

   Lodi Cyclefest was a huge success!! Lots of great music and friendly faces made for positive vibes. As the day made its way, the temperature rises making it feel like a Hot August night! But there was plenty of water to go around, not to mention all the great beer and wine provided every which way you turned. We look forward to another great Cyclefest 2016! A huge thank you to the amazing Alex Chiu for capturing the moments.

And lastly all of our sponsors, without you, this wouldn’t be possible!

Meyers optical

Rocky Robinson

Sunrise Rotary Club

Lange Twins Winery and Joe Lange

Castelli cycling apparel

Performance Bicycle

Lodi Bicycle Shoppe

Rocky Mtn Chocolate Factory

AMR Medical Response team

Waste Management

Lodi News Sentinel

Lodi Chamber of Commerce

City of Lodi

Lodi Visitors bureau


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Boggs 8hr Funduro

3 May 2015 In: Race Reports

By Damian Gonzalez

This event sells out in minutes. Hundreds of solo riders and relay teams. A 10+ mile course. An exceptionally top tier event management company, BikeMonkey. Boggs 8hr was really cool this year! Tougher rougher course than last year w shorter but steeper climbs. Didn’t know they changed the course but an xc full suspension bike was the ideal bike to have. I unfortunately brought a hardtail. I stopped after 60 miles when cramped legs were getting too bad to manage. There were some pros doing the same. The pace the relay riders set at the start was too difficult to maintain for 8 hrs. But it was fun going fast until hour 4 wishing for a full suspension bike. 60 miles was enough at that point. On my final lap I made a few stops to talk to spectators and take a few pics on the backside of the course. All in all lots of fun and I expect a course like this next year! Keep it hard @bikemonkey










25th Sea Otter Classic

27 Apr 2015 In: Team News

Michael David Winery and it’s cycling team supporting Sea Otter Classic and it’s 25th year anniversary. Here’s to another 25!


















April 13, 2014
Laguna Seca Raceway
Monterey, CA

Cat 1 35-39

Race Report by Damian Gonzalez

This year I coordinated booths for Leopard Cycles and Michael David Winery for the second year in a row. We had a great spot by the main entrance and had a public wine tasting event with Belgian waffles at our booth on Saturday. I arrived Thursday morning to set up the Michael David booth and preride the course. My race was on Sunday so I had lots of time to pass out flyers for our wine tasting event and to visit some sponsors. Crank Brothers, TRP, Schwalbe and Rudy Project just to name a few. Also went to the Ergon booth to say hi to our good friend Sonya Looney who raced well in her XC race, 15th place I think. She hooked me up with some GP1 grips, which I will owe her big time because they saved me at Boggs 8hr race! Racing for 8hrs was tough on your hands and forearms and the grips helped me maintain my strength throughout the race.

Anyways the race was 24 miles or so with fast singletrack and a couple long fire road sections on the second half of the course. The start was fast as usual and within the first couple miles the front pack was down to 8 guys. I stayed in touch with the leaders to make sure I’m in the pack by the time we reach the fire roads. The wind was too strong if you end up on the fire roads alone. I got cutoff from the leaders at one point because they managed to pass a tandem bike but when I came up behind the tandem, there was no room to come around and instead of slowing down and moving over a bit, they sped up, not fast but fast enough to where it became even more difficult to come around them. After finally passing I chased to try and close the 1/4 mile gap that was created by the tandem. I barely caught back on just meters after getting to the fire road. I then attacked to drop the guys who sat on my wheel during the chase. A couple guys caught me while stuck behind the tandem (No offense to tandem riders. God bless you!). It played out almost like a road race and by the last kilometer everyone was going 100%. Out of the 7 leaders I crossed the line in 5th, around 30 seconds behind the winner. All in all a good sign of my fitness heading into the summer.


Top Sport Stage Race

6 May 2014 In: Race Results

April 05-06, 2014

Woodward Reservoir Road Race

Cat 3
Dustin Denton, 7th

Cat 3 Women
Chelsea Brown, 14th

35+ 3
Damian Gonzalez, flat

45+ 1/2/3
John Fritz, 4th

Cat 4
Chris Sontag, 13th

Coppertown Circuit Race

Cat 3
Dustin Denton, 8th

Cat 3 Women
Chelsea Brown, 5th

35+ 3
Damian Gonzalez, 3rd

45+ 1/2/3
John Fritz, 2nd

Cat 4
Chris Sontag,16th

Rock Creek Time Trial

Cat 3
Dustin Denton, 8th, 7th GC

Cat 3 Women
Chelsea Brown, 19th, 9th GC

35+ 3
Damian Gonzalez, 13th, 23rd GC

45+ 1/2/3
John Fritz,4th, 4th GC

Cat 4
Chris Sontag, 2nd, 13th GC