The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are starting to plummet. It must be time to release my yearly cycling calendar. Every year the selection process gets a little more difficult as I seem to be able to fill up my 32GB memory cards quite quickly these days. Join me as I share my thoughts on how I narrowed thousands of images down to a 12 month calendar of my favorites.
Now that we’re into the holiday season, what better way to get the cycling fan on your Holiday list something for the New Year than with PEZ Photographer Darrell Parks’ 2014 calendar? This year’s calendar features spectacular images from the the beauty of California with scenes from the AMGEN Tour, the rugged landscapes of Colorado from the USAPC, the Cross Worlds in Kentucky and more.
Now that we’re into the holiday season, what better way to keep track of the New Year than with PEZ Photographer Darrell Parks’ 2012 calendar? The new calendar features Darrell’s images from he Amgen Tour of California, the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, and one day classics like the Tour of the Battenkill and the Philadelphia International Cycling Championships as well. We asked Darrell to take us through the stories behind a few of his selections…
Each year, the weekend of the Clarendon Cup and the Crystal City Classic combines to make for a fantastic two days of racing with some of America's best teams represented, and a lot of money up for grabs for the victors. 2011 was no different, but it was one time that showed itself head and shoulders above all others: UnitedHealthcare presented by Maxxis.
The Wounded Warrior Projects Soldier Ride provides rehabilitative cycling events for severely injured service members. The program offers wounded warriors a chance to get on a bike and prove to themselves, “Hey, I can still do this''. It's not about politics. It's not about the war. It's simply about men and women who are recovering from serious injuries and overcoming extreme adversity.
Here at PEZ, we adore the mud-filled fun of the cyclocross season, but it's an all too rare event to be able to cover the racing like we do during the road season. This past weekend, ace photographer, Darrell Parks, made the trip up to New Jersey to shoot Rounds 5 and 6 of the USGP Cyclocross Series. Read on!