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12th Annual Beverly Hills Cycling Classic
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Ulloa, Mathews Victorius in Beverly
The 12th edition of the Beverly Cycling Classic saw a breakaway in the women's race and a field sprint for the men.
Holly Mathews (TIBCO) won out a three rider break ahead of Morgan Brown (Fearless Femme) and Yeny Colmenares (Columbia Specialized). The break formed early on and had a significant lead for much of the race. Later on the three riders were obviously marking each other, setting up for the final sprint, but Mathews was the strongest down the long finish stretch.
Later in the men's race a breakaway almost stayed away but an organized field brought it back to see Yeison Ulloa (Columbia Specialized) take the sprint with Brandon Feehery (Astellas) and series leader Chad Hartley (Athlete Octane). His third place keeps Hartley comfortably in the overall lead with only three races left in the Intelligentsia Cup.