A photo of G-Mack spinning through the hills of Vietnam along the Ho Chi Minh Highway near the border of Laos and another off the coast of South Kroea are being used for Salsa Cycles advertising campaign for their new lineup of touring bikes...check these rides out--the Salsal Fargo and the Salsa Vaya.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
Adventure Cyclist Magazine featured quite a bit of my photography in last month's issue. Topics included: rain gear evaluation for touring cyclists written by Zen master of all things that are balance and rain (or balance in the rain in this particular feature), Scott McCredie--check out his killer book on human balance here), how to ship bicycles written by Dan d' Ambrosio, and a piece I wrote with some tips on how to photograph cycling and specifically bicycle tours.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
The UCI's new race in Bombay, India is featured via an article I wrote in VeloNews Magazine's May issue.
In Bombay, I photographed the piece with some nice digs to retreat to @ the end of the day but nearly broke my worst hotel record a week later when I pulled an all-nighter to write the article in a rat infested, sewage seeping on the bathroom floor, ceiling fan dangling from exposed wires, crumbling walls, $3 per night room next to the New Delhi train station.
This assignment kicked off an amazing journey through India for which I've mused about in more detail as a guest on National Geographic's Adventure Blog and the back cover shot for Outside Magazine.
VeloNews also ran a double page photo-feature from the article I wrote on the Vuelta Colombia in last year's volume.
Here's a few clips: