Toyota-United closed out the Redlands Classic with a fourth place overall by Chris Wherry, who finished third on Sunday?s final stage. A flurry of attacks from the gun led to the escape of 13 riders, who changed the complexion of the overall standings by gaining more than four minutes on the shattered peloton.
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Chris Baldwin (left) and teammate Chris Wherry attacked in the hopes of splintering the field and putting overall race leader Scott Moninger (BMC Racing Team) in trouble.
Behind, Justin England waited to make his move to bridge to the breakaway in hopes of gaining enough time to move into the overall lead.