The last climb on the penultimate day is always a good place to see who still feels good, and who is completely wasted. Sometimes, completely wasted is feeling good. Here are Steven Sheffield’s photos from atop Olympic Park.
Steven’s been so busy making sure that everyone else’s work is posted in a timely manner, that he hasn’t had much of a chance to work on his own photos … but we say better late than never for his gallery of photos from State Street during the Stage 4 Salt Lake City Circuit.
Both Stages 2 & 3 were amazing, with almost 13,000 feet of climbing combined. Steven Sheffield brings us a combined gallery of photos from both stages.
Our first photos from Stage 1 of the 2019 Tour of Utah have come in. Today’s stage started in North Logan City and meandering through the Cache Valley in Northern Utah hitting its northernmost point, just 10 miles from the Idaho border. Check out the gallery below by Steven L. Sheffield.
The 2019 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is underway. Steven L. Sheffield brings us his view of the Prologue time trial at the Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort in Little Cottonwood Canyon on Monday, August 12, 2019.
On the evening of Saturday June 28, 1969, a young Belgian cyclist just 24 years of age, dressed in the white and red colors of the Faema squad and wearing dossard #51, took his place on the start-line of the 56th Tour de France in the northern town of Roubaix on the border between France […]
Cycling West presents a photo gallery by Steven L. Sheffield of the 2019 Crusher in the Tushar, held in Beaver, Utah on July 13, 2019.
Le Tour de France Prologue. The clock ticks. Visions of heroes. Le favori porte le numéro cinquante-et-un, comme Merckx en 1969. Speedsters hiding behind a train, waiting, waiting, waiting. Sprint! Post up, arms aloft. Maillot vert. Breakaway glory, or hopes dashed until the next stage? Dossard treize à l’envers pour la bonne chance. Mountains loom, […]
2019 marks a number of milestones in the history of the Tour de France. It is the 30th anniversary of Greg LeMond’s 58-second defeat of Laurent Fignon in the final time trial on the Champs-Élysées to win the 1989 Tour by 8 seconds, the slimmest margin in the history of the race. It is also the […]
Beaver, Utah (July 13, 2019) — More than 600 riders, including a number of current and former U.S. professional national champions, descended on Utah’s Tushar Mountains for the ninth annual Crusher in the Tushar gravel race. 69 miles and 10,500 feet of climbing later, after one of the fastest races to date it was professional […]