STORM Hill Country and Paris-Nice

15
Mar
2011

It might be hard to combine something like the STORM Hill Country Mountain Bike Challenge and the Paris-Nice Cycling Race in one article….but putting them both together in one photo post just doubles the amount of viewing goodness.

Check out some photos I took from last weekend’s Mountain Bike Race at Flat Rock Ranch in Comfort, Texas as well as some shots my friend Cristi Ruhlman took at the Paris-Nice on the weekend.

Bryan Kreitz of Team Bicycle Sport Shop Austin in the Cat 1 – 30 to 39 age group

Anthony Brand of Bikeland Factory Developmental Team in the Cat 1 (age 19-29)

The Cat 2’s take off from the start line

The Cat 2 (age 30-34) podium: Tim Rawlins, Jason Silva, and Wes Jerman in first

Austin’s Shontell Gauthier of Austin Flyers Women’s Cycling took first in the Women’s Cat 1 Pro

Watch for this kid….Jorge Munoz Jr from Laredo, TX is only 13 years old and took 1st in the Cat 3 19-29 age category

Paris-Nice 2011: Andreas Kloden

Cristi takes some shots while sitting at the Café Cycliste in a town just around Grasse

I hope to attend one of these pro races with Cristi in the near future

Enjoy Your Ride

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2 Responses to “ STORM Hill Country and Paris-Nice ”

  1. Jim @bikerly on March 16, 2011 at 11:09 am

    Love these pics… are they the work of Mr @scratchex or are you getting that good with your camera?

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