68 qualified for UWCT final in Massachusetts last month


Sixty-eight riders qualified for the UCI World Cycling Tour (UWCT) final last month at the USA’s one and only qualifier event – the first annual Berkshire Cycling Classic.
Held as a Gran Fondo on May 6 in Lenox, Mass., the Berkshire Cycling Classic hosted riders from all over the world. The start line was filled by 325 riders that came from as far as South America, South Africa, Europe, and all over the U.S. in hopes of securing a start spot at the UWCT final.
Congratulations to Cale Reeder (Cameron Park, Calif./ Echelon/Charity of Choice) for winning the 130-kilometer qualifying event after breaking away from the front group in the final moments of the event.  
For a list of all who qualified in Lenox, click on “qualified riders” on the UWCT’s website.

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