Road Apple Rally has been bringing mountain bicyclists to Farmington's trail system since 1981. Wochit


FARMINGTON — The 39th annual Road Apple Rally challenged more than 100 mountain bike riders on a 30-mile course.

It began at Lions Wilderness Park in Farmington and headed east toward North Light Plant Road near Aztec before looping back to Farmington.

A second, shorter course attracted riders of all ages, including families. The short course was a 15-mile loop.

Durango's Todd Wells won his fifth long-course title in the last eight years.

A total of 164 people participated in the two races.

Pro-category men’s results

1. Todd Wells (1 hour, 39 minutes and 34.56 seconds)

2. Brent Winebarger (1:40:00.19)

3. Guy Leshem (1:40:00.76)

4. Erich McAlister (1:48:23.38)

5. Mick Harris (1:49:03.13)

Pro-category women’s results

1. Jennifer Gersbach (2:00:38.34)

2. McKenzie Winebarger (2:01:15.64)

3. Camryn Sippy (2:02:30.04)

4. Tamatha Risner (2:10:5.91)

5. Samantha Fanion (2:13:56.12)

Short-course men’s results

1. Jerry "Dave" Montoya (58:17.95)

2. Danny Martin (58:20.71)

3. Cameron Vickers (58:21.34)

4. Kevin Uptain (58:22.94)

5. Chris Goehrig (58:26.54)

Short-course women’s results

1. Ella Lundahl (1:05:19.99)

2. Zoe Colfax (1:08:28.74)

3. G. Martin (1:12:47.12)

4. Chrissy Martin (1:12:52.02)

2. Lacey Granillo (1:21:10.37)

The full list of results can be found online at

Hannah Grover covers government for The Daily Times. She can be reached at 505-564-4652 or via email at

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