Incline mountain biking hits course for first race | SierraSun.com

Incline mountain biking hits course for first race

The Incline Village Composite mountain biking team took on their first race of the season on Sunday, Aug. 27, with a course taking riders on trails north of Tahoe City.
The team would be led by Lainey Lowden, who finished third in the middle school girls’ division. Madison Racich, sixth grade, would follow her in with a fourth-place finish. Emma Lawson took fourth out of the freshman girls’ division.
On the boys’ side, Ryan Herhusky, ninth grade, finished in eighth place out of the junior varsity riders. Liam Nolan-Bowers, 11th grade, finished two places back for 10th out of the junior varsity competitors.
The team will next race in the second of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association Nevada League’s four-part series, on Sept. 17, when they take part in the Reno — Rattlesnake Roundup.


 

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