Category Archives: cycling

A few more favorites from the Capo Test Team shoot. Team regroup on Wilson Hill, prep at the Hive and BTS with Adrian Tamblin shooting the group. The finished shots: http://keithflood.smugmug.com/Cycling/Capo-Test-Team-Camp

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Spent the day with the gentlemen of new Capo Test Team. Capo is on the very short list of high end cycling apparel. Italians know 1. how to cook and 2. how to dress. I had the pleasure of working with fellow photographer Adrian Tamblin. Adrian and I go back a number of years as […]

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I had the pleasure of covering the annual fundraiser for Team Swift, the premier junior cycling development team based in Sonoma County. With the generous support from their sponsors Team Swift gives kids/young adults the skills that will last them a lifetime both on the bike and off. Here are a few of my favorite […]

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Team Swift, Sonoma County’s road racing junior development team held their “Ride the Route” the morning of the Stage 8 finish of this years Amgen Tour of California. The juniors on Team Swift had the opportunity to ride the 15 finishing miles of Stage 8 along with some of their alumni who have gone on […]

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Team Swift is the local junior development road racing team in Sonoma County. Headed by professional women’s cyclist Laura Charameda, Team Swift gives riders between the ages of 10-18 an incredible opportunity to develop into U.S. Pro Cyclists. These kids have heart, soul and determination that can be seen as they compete in the weekly […]

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Levi leads the Peloton through downtown Santa Rosa at the start of Stage 1 of the 2012 Amgen Tour of California. Levi would not even let a broken fibula keep him out of his hometown Stage 1 ATOC race. Epitomizes PROFESSIONAL! Santa Rosa based UCI Pro Team BMC heads out, supporting their riders in Stage […]

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Photo shoot at BMC Service Course in Santa Rosa, CA for Bike Monkey Magazine. BMC Racing Team is home to Cadel Evans who won last years Tour De France. Cycling in Sonoma County runs deep and reaches across continents!  

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Just 4 more weeks till the start of the 2012 Amgen Tour of California. The Santa Rosa 2012 Committee has put together a brochure that contains all the info you need to enjoy the weekend in Santa Rosa as the TOC kicks off Stage 1 in Downtown Santa Rosa. The cover photo was from my […]

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Its great to see that cycling in Sonoma County has impacted the mainstream media and advertisers see the value that cycling brings to our community. This was a photo of Levi Leipheimer, the #1 Professional US Cyclist I took back in February for use in promoting the upcoming Amgen Tour of California Stage 1. The […]

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Just got Issue 16 of Cyclocross Magazine with 2 of my photos from the Santa Rosa Cup CX Race #2 published in the “Cross Eyed” section. It’s great to see the sport of cycling grow in Sonoma County. Can’t wait til fall to see what Bike Monkey and CX Nation have up their sleeves.

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I had a quick shoot with Levi Leipheimer professional cyclist to get some images to promote the 1st stage of this years Amgen Tour of California which kicks off in Santa Rosa, California on May 13th. Bike Monkey is the lead in promoting the Santa Rosa stage this year and needed some images of Levi […]

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Cyclocross or CX racing as it is known came back to Sonoma County in a big way this fall with two races put on by CX Nation and Bike Monkey. Here are a few of my favorite shots from the day.            

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I was approached to help out Striklee Coaching with a promo shoot for their upcoming winter spin classes held at NorCal Bike Sport. Jonathan and Nina are awesome talented people who inspire others to new levels in competitive cycling.

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The spring issue of “Pulse” – Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa’s quarterly publication featured a photo from a shoot I did back in January of Sonoma County’s premier cycling team – The Red Peloton during their annual training camp as they crossed Wholer Bridge over the Russian River.

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