Photos

Since I took up cycling, I’ve been fortunate to ride in many notable places.  Here is a selection of some of my favorites:

Riding my Wilier Gran Turismo at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

One of the unique aspects of cycling is that we share our playing field with the pros.  In 2014, I climbed 3 mountains in the Pyrenees in France and Spain that were on the Tour de France later the same year.

climbing in the Pyrenees, riding a rented Orbea
the 2nd of three named cols (mountains) in the Pyrenees
Final preparations to ride across America on my Specialized Secteur; photo credit: Joe Vondersaar

The photo above was featured in the “Bikes of Zipp” series.

on a short bike tour in Vermont and New Hampshire, riding my Bike Friday
exultation in reaching the summit of Pikes Peak!
Monon Trail in Indianapolis on an early morning commute
sunrise in Indiana
Wrightsville Beach, NC with my wife Alisa savoring the finish of riding across America
with World Bicycle Relief founder, F.K. Day
the awesome team at Zipp, who came out in force as I rode through Indy on the way across America; photo credit: Joe Vondersaar
riding into Indy with a dozen of my best friends and co-workers- what a thrill that ride was! photo credit: Joe Vondersaar
Bike to Work Day (everyday) on Monument Circle in Indianapolis; photo credit: Joe Vondersaar
send-off prayer and wishes arranged by my co-worker, Pat Morrissey, before I set off on the ride across America
Avila Beach in San Luis Obisbo, as Tour de SRAM USA 2017 gets underway
the saddest picture I’ve ever been in, on the front page of the Indianapolis newspaper following a memorial Ride of Silence for a cyclist hit and killed by a school bus
Ohio & Erie Towpath Trail
fun photo at a Veteran’s park in Richmond, IN
one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited let alone ridden- the South Island of New Zealand
more from New Zealand; this photo was featured as Adventure Cycling’s photo of the week in 2013
overlooking Lake Wanaka in New Zealand

 

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