Since his return from Mallocra with the London guys Angus has been prolific in his coverage of domestic cycling events. Aside from the couple of unpublished above, you can see the full sets here. Go check em.
There’s so much to say about the last week but very little way to capture it unless you check out the #seekanddiverge or you ride with some of the fine photographers such as Andy with whom I had the pleasure of spending the best part of the week riding through California with.
All photos in the slideshow are from Andy, those below are individually credited. Click Read more for a day by day diary account including Strava maps.
One of the joys of racing in New York is the sheer volume and variance of races it’s possible to compete in. This Gallery is a round-up from the last week or so featuring Flyod Bennett field images from Victor Chan, CRCA Orchard Beach from here, and lastly Seth Mud Plugging from here.
Special shout to Nik for his 3rd place at Orchard Beach Cat 4 and Chris for 4th place after incredible solo efforts out front. To Seth of his 6th place and then 3rd place the following weekend in Waywayanda state park. Cat 2.
Last Friday Rudy Melo took part at The 2014 Good Friday Meeting at Lee Valley VeloPark. After SO MANY years the GF meeting went to the new velodrome in London and there were over 140 riders taking part on the event. Rudy raced the Elimination and Scratch race, coming 12th and 9th. Great experience for him and lets hope there will be more of us at the next event there. Our man Erik Jonson was there taking some amazing shots. Make sure you head over to his site for the full sets. Set 1, Set 2 and Set 3.
I am a not a photographer and don’t call myself one, but I took some photos of the last round of 2013/2014 Revolution Series. There were a lot of professional photographers taking proper shots of the races so I decided to focus on what happens in the track centre. Click read more below for the full set.
Revolutions Series’ last round was held at the 2012 Olympic Velodrome, Lee Valley VeloPark. It was great to see the venue full again after the Olympics. The atmosphere was awesome, the vibe was great and the crowd were cheering pretty much everyone, mainly British riders, but when foreign riders were doing well, they cheered them on too. There were from World Champions and Olympic riders to up coming young stars, a good mix of races to watch. Make sure you don’t miss out on the next Revolution Series, there are plenty of races to keep you entertained. Another top event by Face Partnership.
- Rudy Melo.
Recently i caught up with one of our favorite story tellers to find out more about the driving force behind Manual for Speed and what we can expect in the future. Click Read More, for the full Q&A and a full spread of images…
Winter has not been kind to us or our bikes here in the East Coast, with it being a matter of weeks until the first races of the season getting the miles in has been hard. #5thbasemiles has proved its possible though and a winner on that will be announced in the next week. Chris took this photo to demonstrate the toll of winter.