We are back in Belgium, recovering from the Tour and riding bikes again. We rode a few cobbles over the last few days…I couldn’t help but remember that one time when it rained all for a day straight, and we were treated to the first wet racing on the Roubaix cobbles since 2002. What a day it was. Like Yorkshire only a few days before - I will never forget that stage.
The Grand Depart in Yorkshire was by far my favorite part of this year’s Tour de France. Everything about it was amazing: the landscape, the people, the racing, the atmosphere. I’ve never experienced anything like it. With that in mind, I’m really excited to be a part of the upcoming book: Two Days In Yorkshire. Check it out! www.twodaysinyorkshire.com
I can’t believe it’s about to end. The Tour is a hellacious storm to exist in for three weeks, but I know I will miss it tomorrow morning. #tdf
The fog of the Tourmalet…it feels like we were there years ago. #tdf
Ramunas Navardauskas. Stage winning attack portrait.
Post-race portrait? #tdf
The descent of the Port de Balés was amazing. So happy I got to shoot that side, and @jeredgruber was stuck on the climb. Haha.
My favorite picture of this year’s Tour de France - and it was taken by @ashleygruber. I’m glad I’m on her team. #tdf