When you read about the Race Across America you can kind of imagine how hard the world's toughest bicycle race is, and I already had a lot of respect for the racers before we went on the journey. Being alongside the racers and the crew of the "4Athletes" from Germany for a week (they finished in 3rd place after 5days and 14hours, 6h short of the record and 8h faster than their last year's win) you really get to experience how much harder it is than you've imagined.Read More
On Sunday Nov 17, four brave souls set out on a journey that would change their lives...or just make them really tired and feeling a good amount of accomplishment by the end of the day. Bryan, Daniel and I from the Bicycle.net team were joined by Tom from OTR. We took the early morning Amtrak train from Union Station LA to Santa Barbara and rode the 112miles back to Santa Monica. After a few wrong turns, we found our way out of Santa Barbara and climbed up Hwy 150 to scenic Lake Casitas, descending down into Oxnard, and returning to familiar grounds of Point Mugu and PCH/Malibu.
Total trip distance: 126.55 miles
Elevation gain: 4,999ft
Calories burned: 4302kcal
Avg Speed: 18mph
My cousin from Hamburg, Germany, came over during spring break, and we set out on a photo trip to Yosemite and the ghost town Bodie. We put 1200 miles on a brand new rental car, jumped out of bed for almost every sunrise and spent many hours on trails in Yosemite. I’ve picked some of the best Black & White and toned shots. Click on the image below to go to the gallery.
originally published 21 Apr 2013 http://einhardphotography.blog.com/2013/04/21/yosemite-bodie/