Photos & Results: Fat Tire National Museum Race

December 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

[Updated with photos] Over 90 cycling enthusiasts signed up for the Fat Tire Massive National Museum of Bermuda Race, which was held this weekend at the grounds surrounding the old Casemates Prison, Commissioners’ House, and the Maritime Museum.

A spokesperson said, “The second venue for our Mountain Bike series was a rare chance to explore the grounds surrounding the old Casemates Prison, Commissioners’ House and the Maritime Museum. Ninety-one enthusiasts signed up with an age range from four to sixty plus.

“The course winds through the actual insides of the old prison, along the rampart road and around the entire top defense line surrounding Commissioners’ House. Despite the challenge from the lone gravel bike, the day was lovely with only a couple of passing showers.

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“In the Open 60 class, 33 men and one woman took to the field. Nic Narraway, one of the top racers on both MTB and Road Bikes, made an aggressive start and was soon in his own race with time to spare.

“Behind him a strong group of young athletes including Liam, Cameron, Alex, Moses, and Liam battled for the remaining podium spots. After the dust settled, Nic took the win, with Alexander Miller second and Liam Flannery third.

“For full results, point standings, schedules and all cool things mountain bike related in Bermuda, please visit fttiremassive.com. Thanks is due as always to our sponsors, Arch Re, BF&M, Beyond Fitness Bermuda, One Communications, Spar Yard Marine and RMS Boatworks.”

The full Fat Tire Massive Second Race National Museum Of Bermuda results follow below [PDF here]:

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