November 12th, 2016 — Chris Courtney of Mighty Riders exiting a mud pit during the Aldergrove cyclocross race. More pictures from the race can be found HERE or by clicking on the picture above.It might take a while to load as there are 200 plus pictures in the folder.
Category: Bicycle racing cyclocross
October 8th, 2016 — The Queens Cross cyclocross race in New Westminster was the first mudder of the year and there were more than a few riders stepping tentatively into the muddy course around Queens Park. More pictures can be found HERE.
October 2nd, 2016 — Real cyclocross racers ride their bikes to the race. Jake Cullen back packing his race wheels riding through Kits Point on his way to the Vanier Park Cyclocross Classic.
October 2nd, 2016 — October 2nd, 2016 — Dominik Szopa tries hard to catch the marshmallow thrown at him by the hecklers on the hill but misses by by a mile. More pictures from the Vanier Park Cyclocross Classic presented by West Coast Cycling and Trek Red Truck Racing Team HERE or by clicking on the above picture.
September 4th, 2016 — More pictures from the Fort Langley cyclocross race held today at Aldor Acres can be found by clicking HERE or by by going the GALLERIES section on the right.
October 4th, 2015 — It’s unusual for riders to jump barriers in a cyclocross race and very unusual to jump them on the uphill part of the course but it has to be uniquely usual if the rider doing it is not much taller than his handlebars which was the occasion today at the West Coast Racing Trek Red Truck race at Vanier Park when Devo team rider Leif Rogers did the trick lap after lap. More pictures below.
November 23rd, 2014 — The Musette Caffe and Brodie B-team Superprestige cyclocross race (is that a mouth full or what?) organized by the Vancouver Cyclocross Coalition was held at Aldergrove Lake Park near Aldergrove. Results can be found HERE.
October 4th, 2014 — Escape Velocity’s CastleCross Cyclocross Race took place today at Castle Park in Port Coquitlam and there were some interesting runups, including this one, the first of three, proving that Tobin Copley, the course designer, certainly has a sense of humour. There are more than the usual number of pictures below. A lot more. I hope it works.