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Nissan Arana Bounces Back in Mt. Hope Classic

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Earlier today Nissan Arana (Westrac Alliance) bounced back from a disheartening finish to the Valentine Tour to win the the first 100+ mile classic this year. The race started in front of Leslie’s Imports in Belize City, headed to Mt. Hope on the Western Highway and returned to finish at the start line for a total of 116 miles. Westrac Alliance, and Arana, continue to assert themselves in the peloton and make their presence known. Arana finished in solo fashion in 4:57:21, 13 seconds ahead of Brandon Cattouse (C-Ray Road Addikz) and 21 seconds back was Ron Vasquez of Western Spirit to take the final podium spot.

Below are the preliminary results from today’s race.

P Name (Country) Team Result
1 ARANA Nissan (BIZ) Westrac Alliance 4:57:21
2 CATTOUSE Brandon (BIZ) C-RAY Road Addikz 0:00:13
3 VASQUEZ Ron (BIZ) Western Spirit Cycling Team 0:00:21
4 REQUENA Herman (BIZ) Team SMART 0:00:24
5 McKENZIE Ron (BIZ) Westrac Alliance 0:00:31
6 VANEGAS Joel (BIZ) DigiCell 4G Cycling Team 0:00:34
7 TZIB Angel (BIZ) BECOL Uprising Cycling Team 0:01:00
8 HAMILTON Quinton (BIZ) Unattached 0:01:00
9 STEWART Robert Liam (BIZ) Western Spirit Cycling Team 0:01:00
10 LOVELL Giovanni (BIZ) DigiCell 4G Cycling Team 0:01:00
11 BORLAND Joel Adan (BIZ) DigiCell 4G Cycling Team 0:01:28
12 FLOWERS Tarique (BIZ) Benny's Megabytes Elite 0:03:38
13 CASASOLA Leroy (BIZ) DigiCell 4G Cycling Team 0:06:45
14 HENDERSON David (BIZ) Benny's Megabytes Elite 0:06:45
15 QUIROZ Oscar Jr (BIZ) Western Spirit Cycling Team 0:07:18
16 BARROW Darnell (BIZ) Team SMART 0:10:00
17 MORIERA Henry (BIZ) Team SMART 0:10:00
18 GLADDEN Kenroy (BIZ) Unattached 0:10:00
19 GUERRA Jesmar (BIZ) Benny's Megabytes Elite 0:10:00

About Isaac Rhys

Isaac Rhys is the Managing Editor at cyclebiz.com. Based in the Belize, he started Cyclebiz in 2015 intent on attracting more attention to local bike races and its participants.

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1 Comment

  1. Anigi Ramirez

    February 21, 2016 at 4:42 pm

    I know if another rider won the race this write up would have been a mile long.