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Shriver, Stetson-Lee top pros at Hermosa Off-Road Classic; Tescher is off to New Zealand
LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Matt Shriver, head cycling coach at Fort Lewis College, leads by example as he crosses Hermosa Creek to win the men’s pro division of the Hermosa Off-Road Classic on Saturday. As coaches often are wont to do, Shriver attributed a majority of his second consecutive Classic victory to his mental approach. “You had to focus a lot (Saturday),” he said. “You didn’t want to drift off, because it was slippery. Slower – the mud kind of saps your energy out there.”
LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Teal Stetson-Lee splashes across Hermosa Creek to win the women’s pro division during Saturday’s popular Hermosa Off-Road Classic. Riding on a brand new pair of Specialized S-Works tires, the former national champion at FLC rode to another title. “They’re definitely lighter than my last wheels, and I could definitely feel that climbing,” she said.

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LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Matt Shriver, head cycling coach at Fort Lewis College, leads by example as he crosses Hermosa Creek to win the men’s pro division of the Hermosa Off-Road Classic on Saturday. As coaches often are wont to do, Shriver attributed a majority of his second consecutive Classic victory to his mental approach. “You had to focus a lot (Saturday),” he said. “You didn’t want to drift off, because it was slippery. Slower – the mud kind of saps your energy out there.”
LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Teal Stetson-Lee splashes across Hermosa Creek to win the women’s pro division during Saturday’s popular Hermosa Off-Road Classic. Riding on a brand new pair of Specialized S-Works tires, the former national champion at FLC rode to another title. “They’re definitely lighter than my last wheels, and I could definitely feel that climbing,” she said.
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