Carey Wins NUE Overall

Monday, September 19, 2011
Bend, Oregon - Kenda-Felt rider Amanda Carey officially won the National Ultra Endurance Series over the weekend.  Carey took wins at six of the NUE races this season with victories at Cohutta, Syllamo’s Revenge, Lumberjack, High Cascades, Pierre’s Hole, and the Park City Point 2 Point.  Carey had mathematically secured the title several weeks ago, and was able to contest the U.S. Marathon National Championships without fear of losing her overall NUE title.

At Nationals, both Carey and Kenda-Felt teammate Colin Cares delivered excellent performances.  Carey took fourth in the women’s race while Cares took fifth in the men’s race.  Throughout the year, Kenda-Felt riders competed aboard both the Felt Nine LTD and the Edict LTD.

Ryan Trebon debuted his new Felt F1X at CrossVegas where he took fifth in a crazy race.  Trebon was very aggressive from the start and brought back every breakaway almost singlehandedly.  Exhausted from his efforts over the course of the race, Trebon still contested the sprint for the win and just missed out. Over the weekend, Trebon also took second at StarCrossed.