2014 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Motorcycle Results

06/29/2014 @ 2:47 pm, by Jensen Beeler15 COMMENTS


Motorcycle-Only Results from the 92nd Pikes Peak International Hill Climb:

P.I.C.NameClassLap TimeMachine
1Jeremy ToyePikes Peak Open09:58.72013 Kawasaki
2Lambert FabricePikes Peak Open10:04.42009 Ducati
3Don CanetPikes Peak Open10:10.12014 Ducati
4Micky DymondPikes Peak Open10:11.32014 Ducati
5Bruno LangloisPikes Peak Open10:14.52013 Ducati
6Daniel FernandezPikes Peak Open10:37.02014 Kawasaki
7Tomasz GombosPikes Peak Open10:37.22007 Yamaha
8Olivier UlmannPikes Peak Open10:37.22009 Ducati
1Eric PiscionePikes Peak Middleweight10:46.22013 Ducati
2Jeff GracePikes Peak Middleweight10:55.72014 Triumph
1Cal CollinsPikes Peak Lightweight10:58.22011 Honda
3Joseph Bernard TonerPikes Peak Middleweight10:58.52009 Kawasaki
9Takahiro ItamiPikes Peak Open10:58.62014 MV Agusta
2Codie VahsholtzPikes Peak Lightweight11:02.12005 KTM
3Travis NewboldPikes Peak Lightweight11:04.32005 Honda
10Carlton SorensenPikes Peak Open11:04.92013 Kawasaki
4Bobby GoodinPikes Peak Middleweight11:07.12014 675R
11Glenn ConsorPikes Peak Open11:08.22008 Yamaha
4Joseph Connor TonerPikes Peak Lightweight11:11.12007 Aprilia
5Zachary JacobsPikes Peak Middleweight11:11.92009 Honda
5Daniel BerendesPikes Peak Lightweight11:21.92008 Honda
12Clive SavacoolPikes Peak Open11:23.32010 BMW
6J.D. MosleyPikes Peak Middleweight11:25.22007 Triumph
1Guy MartinPPC-UTV/Exhibition11:32.62014 Martek
2Yasuo AraiPPC-UTV/Exhibition11:33.61980 Kawasaki
6Darryl LujanPikes Peak Lightweight11:40.42013 Honda
7Steve AlexanderPikes Peak Lightweight11:45.12008 Aprilia
8Trace DowningPikes Peak Lightweight11:45.82010 KTM
3Masahiro TakanoPPC-UTV/Exhibition11:48.61973 Kawasaki
13Eric FoutchPikes Peak Open11:55.42013 Ducati
9Kevin HeilPikes Peak Lightweight11:57.22009 Aprilia
1Jeff ClarkElec-Electric Production Bike11:59.82013 Zero
14Kristipher LillegardPikes Peak Open12:00.92014 MV Agusta
10Alan CunninghamPikes Peak Lightweight12:06.02002 Suzuki
1Matt MeinertPPC-Pikes Peak 25012:09.52004 Honda
7Adam BauerPikes Peak Middleweight12:16.92012 Kawasaki
8David JohansenPikes Peak Middleweight12:19.42013 Ducati
1Jeremiah JohnsonElec-Electric Modified Bike12:20.42013 Brutus
11Warren EggerPikes Peak Lightweight12:21.52005 KTM
15Alberto DalessioPikes Peak Open12:26.22011 Ducati
12Doug ChestnuttPikes Peak Lightweight12:28.01992 Yamaha
9Dan EldersPikes Peak Middleweight12:32.02008 Suzuki
10David RutherfordPikes Peak Middleweight12:39.32005 Suzuki
11Cody SteggellPikes Peak Middleweight12:42.92008 Suzuki
13Raymond Van AntwerpPikes Peak Lightweight12:48.22007 Aprilia
14Teague SawyerPikes Peak Lightweight12:49.12005 Honda
1Mark ShimPPC-Vintage Motorcycle12:58.51971 Triumph
16Jim WilsonPikes Peak Open12:59.72006 Suzuki
2Jimi HeyderPPC-Pikes Peak 25013:01.21989 Heyder/Suzuki
2Lloyd HalePPC-Vintage Motorcycle13:27.71978 Yamaha
2Yoshihiro KishimotoElec-Electric Modified Bike13:36.72014 Mirai
4Mike RyanPPC-UTV/Exhibition13:46.92014 Triumph
3Michael ValdezPPC-Vintage Motorcycle14:04.11976 Yamaha
3Steve MageorsPPC-Pikes Peak 25015:04.72010 Suzuki
12Michael HenaoPikes Peak Middleweight17:26.12006 Kawasaki
4Mike ScarsellaPPC-Vintage Motorcycle–.—1974 Triumph

Source: PPIHC; Photos: © 2014 Jamey Price / Jamey Price Photo – All Rights Reserved

  • Bill

    Outright record back to ICE. Not as many electric bikes in this years race. Too bad, would have liked to see a better comparison after last year.

  • The outright record has always been with an internal combustion motorcycle. Carlin’s lap on the Lightning last year was faster than any other bike, ICE or electric, but was not quicker than his record from the year before on the Ducati Multistrada 1200.

  • David

    Bummer that Guy Martin didn’t do better.

  • Poop


    Guy Martin looked like he was on a retro cafe racer. I too thought he did poorly when I saw this list but had he been on a superbike, he probably would have finished higher in the rankings.

  • Realist

    @ Poop

    No he wasn’t on a retro cafe racer, it was a turbo GSXR1100 with a big bore kit running at least 320hp with a Martek frame and top spec suspension and breaks.

    So yes it was a bit of a let down even though he won his class. Perhaps he is still learning the course.

    Who knows?

    More about the bike here —> http://www.guymartinracing.co.uk/turbo-bikes-are-go/

    Obviously you think if it doesn’t have a faring then it can’t be fast.

  • Brian

    Guy had motorcycle problems the whole week. Not a fair comparison of his abilities obv.

  • Poop


    Oops, I guess I looked too briefly at Martin’s bike from the photo I saw. It looked like a retro cafe racer from the front.

    Actually, I prefer non-faired bikes. Had a Duc Streetfighter and now a Triumph Speed Triple R. More than fast enough for me.

  • paulus

    Pikes Peak seemed to get a lot less build up and coverage this year…
    I wonder if the tarmac is ruining the appeal of the event

  • The officials are ruining the appeal of the event. Pikes Peak is by far the most difficult event to cover in terms of communication, logistics, and professionalism.

    Throw in a week of 2am morning starts, freezing conditions, 14,000 of elevation, and the regular work day that follows after all that…and yeah…I’ll probably never go back. Didn’t miss going in-person this year, that’s for sure.

  • paulus

    JB – thanks for suffering for the benefit of our reading pleasure :)

  • Gutterslob

    Somewhere in France, Sebastian Loeb is yawning.

  • Campisi

    Having only two electric entries certainly dampened my enthusiasm for this year’s event. I can understand the rationale for the production electric motorcycle companies skipping racing- your products are focused on commuting, a modus operandi diametrically opposed to all-out track speed- but motorcycles are supposed to be fun, and going fast on a mountain road is a blast. Pikes Peak also happens to be the only major racing event that actually plays to the strengths of an electric drivetrain.

    Don’t want to pay for a serious effort? Make it an entertaining exhibition event then. Hell, do a Star Wars tie-in: make the bikes brown and green, dress your riders in black and white, and quote your final times in parsecs.

  • Just because I can…all quoted parsecs by riders should be the same.

    Han shot first, btw.

  • tony

    yall all suck. jeremy toye is certainly one of the top road racers in the world and by far the best our country has to offer. he’s also a super nice guy, genius tuner, and i’m lucky to count him as a friend and rider coach. yet all that is discussed here is how guy had problems all week and i prefer unfaired bikes etc. boohoo and blah blah!

    we bemoan that the u.s. is falling behind in top level bike racing yet don’t acknowledge the brilliance of one of our own. shame on you commenters! congratulations jeremy! looking forward to seeing you back in sd…

  • tlzook

    Congrats to JT. Glad that Guy came over to play as well.


    Kenny Noyes leads Superbike in Spanish FIM, PJ Jacobsen just scored his first podium in WSS after some great racing last year in BSB. Caterham is letting Josh Herrin “crash and learn” in Moto2. Prayers that something here gets the DMG/AMA back to what it used to be, there is some talent out there, they just don’t have anywhere to ride..