KAPKA BUTTE SNO-PARK — Sara Bergen was wearing the green jersey as the sprint leader in the pro women’s Cascade Cycling Classic Friday. So she figured maybe nobody would take her seriously as she launched an attack to go for the win on a fairly hard finishing climb in the Cascade Lakes Road Race, not exactly an ideal spot for a sprinter. “I had a little bit of secret climber left in me,” Bergen said. “I didn’t want to leave it up to chance, so with about 400 meters left to go I let it loose.
KAPKA BUTTE SNO-PARK — Peter Stetina had not savored an individual stage win since his U23 days. As a World Tour rider for Trek-Segafredo, he mostly races for his team’s lead riders, which have included the likes of two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador. Friday at the Cascade Cycling Classic, though, Stetina — racing with a composite U.S. national team — saw his chance for a victory in the Cascade Lakes Road Race.
By the narrowest of margins, Evan Huffman added yet another win to his impressive 2017 season Thursday. Already boasting an overall win at the Tour of the Gila in New Mexico and two stage wins in the Tour of California earlier this year, the Rally Cycling rider won the Skyliners Time Trial, the second stage of the pro men’s Cascade Cycling Classic. The out-and-back 14.3-mile course along Skyliners Road in west Bend featured a gradual climb followed by a descent.
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