Monday Bike Style: Ride like the Queen


Queen Juliana  11 July 1967
Queen Juliana 11 July 1967
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Bikes of Cuba


Back from holidays which wasn’t cycling a month ago and just finished going through pics.

There are lot of pictures with bikes in so here are some to share. Al photo ©Richard Crawford but get in touch if you want to use any any release could be free or cheap.

bikosofcuba (1 of 21) bikosofcuba (2 of 21) bikosofcuba (3 of 21) bikosofcuba (4 of 21) bikosofcuba (5 of 21)

Some semi pro serious road bike race
Some semi pro serious road bike race

bikosofcuba (7 of 21) bikosofcuba (8 of 21)

start young
start young

bikosofcuba (10 of 21) bikosofcuba (11 of 21)

we rented some
we rented some

bikosofcuba (13 of 21) bikosofcuba (14 of 21) bikosofcuba (15 of 21) bikosofcuba (16 of 21) bikosofcuba (17 of 21) bikosofcuba (18 of 21) bikosofcuba (19 of 21) bikosofcuba (20 of 21) bikosofcuba (21 of 21)

Monday Bike Style: touring ‘tastic


Dave Lipps had his portrait taken in 2009 at Missoula, Mont., while cycling across the country. It was part of a special exhibit at Cascade Lock in May  2014
Dave Lipps had his portrait taken in 2009 at Missoula, Mont., while cycling across the country. It was part of a special exhibit at Cascade Lock in May 2014

Nice pic inspired by my jolly on the touring bike

Surf Photography at its best


Way back in 1960, Surfer Magazine founder John Severson ran a photo of a lone surfer paddling out, with these hopeful words: “”In this crowded world, the surfer can still seek and find the perfect day, the perfect wave, and be alone with the surf and his thoughts.” This world has increased in size from just over 3 billion people in 1960, to more than 7 billion. The world’s oceans and beaches are feeling the effects of that population, but it’s still possible to accomplish the solitude that Severson wrote about a half a century ago.

lucia in her element
lucia in her element
between times
between times
a great duck dive - winner of awards
a great duck dive – winner of awards
Doing whatever it takes to get over the top
Doing whatever it takes to get over the top

Here are images from the very talented multi-award winning photographer Lucia Griggi whose office is the ocean and who is one of the most respected surf photographers in a male dominated industry. www.luciagriggi.com