Thoughts & Photos on the Road

Tour of Guangxi 2018

So that’s it, the 2018 season is officially over! I know people give races in China a hard time but the criticism is quite unfair. As far as race safety goes they’re in a different league to any other race on the calendar, they offer great prize money and good hotel facilities for the teams […]

Read More

Worlds – Elite Women TT 2018

Due to the course layouts getting variety of shots at this year’s Worlds TTs is tough. You can either shoot the start, one spot on the course or the finish. As Chris Auld agreed to help me out with in race photos I decided to stay at the finish area catching riders after they cross […]

Read More

Worlds – Junior Women TT 2018

Decisions, decisions… With the layout of the course, options are limited for shooting during time trials: Go to the start, stay at a spot on the course or stay at the finish. Today, I elected for the start, I wish I chosen differently… The start begins in the grounds of the Swarovski crystal factory. Sadly […]

Read More

Worlds Team Time Trial 2018

The final time we’ll see the team time trial as a discipline at the World Championships, so it seemed fitting that CANYON//SRAM Racing returned to the top step of the podium, after previous iterations of the team had dominated the discipline in the early years of the event being in part of Worlds week. CANYON//SRAM […]

Read More

Day 6 at Tour de l’Ardèche 2018

That’s it! Tour de l’Ardèche is finished! Now a few days without the camera, working on The Road Book instead, before heading to Innsbruck for Worlds. Looking back at this year’s race I’ll miss the beautiful scenery but not the chaotic finish lines. Today was a prime example: As I got off the moto at […]

Read More

Day 5 at Tour de l’Ardèche 2018

The penultimate day of Tour de l’Ardèche is done. As beautiful as it is I’m going to be pretty pleased when it’s finished tomorrow. Four or five hours a day in total travelling to and from stages makes it a pretty gruelling event to cover. With one day to go Kasia Niewiadoma took the race […]

Read More

2018 Madrid Challenge

Today was a day of a number of endings. Not only this was the last Women’s World Tour race in Europe but today was the legendary Giorgia Bronzini’s last day as a racer. Final races are normally easy affairs for the retiring riders, most of them are over their peaks and it is rare that […]

Read More

Day 4 at Tour de l’Ardèche 2018

It’s all pretty beautiful around here but today was especially so it was like the North York Moors on steroids with little sections of tall woodland trees thrown in to add some variety. With that terrain came some short (by Tour de l’Ardeche standards) but very steep climbs! Also super happy for Kasia taking the […]

Read More
Page 1 of 1212345...10...Last »