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2007 EAS 24 Hours of Moab webcast
Duo Pro

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Laps completed 18 Time of report 12:30p.m.
With the Duo Pro Toes team two laps behind—the closest rival in the DuoPro class—when Mike Janelle pulled into the timing tent at 10:55 a.m. he and partner Nat Ross decided to call it a day. "We figured we'd relax and have a beer," said Nat Ross after the race. By then they were an hour behind the MonaVie/Cannondale team, so the outright win was out of the question and a well-earned early finish was duly taken.
Second place in the DuoPro class was claimed by the Ambigous relay duo, of Chris Peters and Julian Gasiewski, who were delighted with their result. "We've raced here several times before, but this was our first Duo. We were hoping for 16 laps and a top five result, but we rode 17 laps and got second place," said Chris Peters, who still hopes to finish a solo race here.
Only ten minutes behind the Ambiguous team, occupying third place, came the Bikers Edge/TFMB team of Jake Pantone and Jonny Hintze.

Laps completed 16 Time of report 7:55 a.m.
After a 14-hour tussle for absolute supremacy with the MonaVie/Cannondale Coed Pro/Am team, the Gary Fisher / Tokyo Joes team let go of the overall lead around 2 a.m. at 7:55 a.m. they were 13 minutes in arrears.
The Duo Pro field rode a couple of laps behind the formidable pair of Janelle and Ross. For the first half of the race, second place was hotly contested by Mitches Bitches, Bikers Edge/TFMB, and the Ambiguous Relay Duo teams. As the night wore on, the Ambiguous Relay Duo solidified their claim to second place, which Mitches Bitches—who had looked very strong during daylight hours—gradually dropped back to fourth place behind Bikers Edge/TFMB. As the sun rose above the horizon, the Ambiguous Relay Duo held a gap of almost 20 minutes over Bikers Edge/TFMB.

Laps completed 1 Time of report 1:35 p.m.
Soft sand slowed conditions a little compared to the fastest years, but a battle of honor—as much as anything else—spurred Duo-Pro team rider Mike Janelle to go head to head with Mark Gillespie of the MonaVie/Cannondale Pros, a four person team in the Coed Pro/Am class. Janelle trailed Gillespie by a few yards as they entered the timing tent, but both shared a time of 1:03 for the 14.5-mile lap. Janelle, one of the veterans of the 24-hour scene, passed the baton onto anoter veteran rider, Nat Ross.


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