WESTMINSTER, Colo. — Stefan Brykt, 22, scored his first victory as a professional Saturday when he won the 105-mile Morgul-Bismarck road race, the next-to-last stage of the Coors International bicycle race.
Brykt attacked going into the final 13-mile lap, on a steep hill known as "the wall." He had been with a group of six leaders but in the final lap took off alone and finished about 2 minutes in front, with a time of 4 hours 6 minutes 23 seconds.
Petr Ugrumov of the Soviet Union was second in 4:08:36, winning a field sprint just ahead of Davis Phinney, who finished with the same time.
In the women's Morgul-Bismarck stage, which was 39 miles, West Germany's Ute Enzenhauer was first to cross the finish line, followed by Maria Canins and Nadegeda Kibardina of the Soviet Union. All received a time of 1:35:24.