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The Haugan name flooded Thursday’s win column, as Nicki Haugan narrowly placed second in the event, finishing at 29:35, while Tate Haugan rounded out third place also finishing with a time of 29:35.

The race also featured a shortened two-lap distance, where Emily Shaw finished first at 13:52 and Brynn Shaw second with a time of 15:20.

This Sunday is a big race day for the Bike Club, as members will compete in the 18 Club Mountain Bike Championships. The race will be ridden on the Cactus Trails, and will begin at 2 p.m.

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For more information on the local bike club or any of its upcoming events, visit the club's official website.

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