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Shooting The Ontario Cup XC At Albion Hills

Posted May 10, 2010 by FastTimes

Even though I primarily shoot DH and DJ, my roots are in XC.  More trail riding really, but I like the idea of earning my descents. You’d be hard pressed to find an epic DH in Ontario but I ride a pile of epic trail all summer long. Today was the second installment of the […]

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Don Trails

Posted October 26, 2009 by FastTimes

My mission to try and document the riding scene in Ontario finally led me to one of it’s hot spots, the Don jumps.  It’s unfortunately a political hot spot as well.  I’ll do my best to shut up and post pics without opening a can of worms, but it’s hard not to comment on the […]

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Shooting The Ontario Cup Downhill #1 At Kelso

Posted April 25, 2011 by FastTimes

This weekend was the season opener for the Ontario Cup downhill series at Kelso.  You know this is where my passion lies when I am more excited to go shoot it than Sea Otter or any other big event I normally shoot around this time of year.  I love this race!  I loved racing it […]

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Photo Report from 3rd Annual Dagmar Invitational

Posted November 6, 2011 by FastTimes

Underground races have really taken off in Ontario over the past few years.  I am a big supporter of the officially sanctioned series but there is something about these Toonie races that I love – the vibe is different.  Not sure whether it’s the more relaxed format, smaller group of riders or the now famous […]

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Shooting The Ontario Cup Downhill At Kelso

Posted May 2, 2010 by FastTimes

Today I got out to shoot the Ontario Cup downhill race at Kelso.  The race is organized by Peter Appleton of Sirbikealot Racing.  The forecast was calling for rain and thunderstorms but I had made up my mind to go anyway.  Inclement weather can make for great light. I’m used to shooting in bad weather […]

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