For the past decade we have been proud to have Brian Gailey Photography working with the Crater Lake Century. It is our honor to announce that we are keeping with that tradition – Brian and his team will again be the official photographer for the 2015 Crater Lake Century Bike Ride. Brian roams the course taking action photos of riders at various points along the route. He then uploads the images to a gallery online where riders can view and order.
This year Brian’s photo gallery allows you to pre-register keeping you informed when photos become available. Even with his busy schedule, Brian has stated the ride photos will be ready by Monday, August 17th. Do not miss out on getting a first look at them by pre-registering.
Subscribe to the announcement by entering your email at:http://briangaileyphotography.
The official photos for the 2013 Crater Lake Century are now available. Visit www.BrianGaileyPhotography.com for the complete gallery.
We received an email from the manufacturer and the jerseys are in production and we should receive them next month. We will be shipping them out to you shortly after they come in. With any luck, we can have them in your hands by Thanksgiving.
Also if you have not yet ordered your ride portraits from Brian Gailey Photography, you should soon as you opportunity to order ends on 10/31/12.
Visit the following link to order online, http://www.briangaileyphotography.com/Clients/CraterLakeCentury.
Prices start at just $5.
Did you take some really cool shots during your bike ride with us at Crater Lake?
If so feel free to share them on our Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/craterlakecentury). We would love to see what you captured and would love to hear your story and thoughts on the ride.
Here are a couple photos I snapped with my iPhone in between the ‘official photos’
Note – Official Photos will be available 8/25/12 at clc.bgphotodesign.com
|Intersection of Seven Mile and Weed Rd.
Did anyone else get caught in the storm out here?
|Images from around the rim of Crater Lake|
|Riders ready to head from the start/finish line at the historic Fort Klamath Museum|
|First Sag Stop for Century Riders, Mares Egg Springs. Just following the downpour.|
|The bottom of the thunderstorm cloud. Just before it unleashed it’s fury.|