A Sunset Descent in British Columbia
Peak performance at Crankworx
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Crankworx, one of the largest bike festivals in the world, rolls through Whistler for ten days every August. In addition to drawing some of the best downhill, slopestyle, and enduro cyclists, the event also attracts photographers.
I was selected for Crankworx’s Deep Summer Photo Challenge in 2013 and had three days to put together an epic slideshow. One afternoon, I came upon this ridge with Ollie Jones and Kevin Landry. They rode from the top, and I snapped photos as the sun set behind them.
TOOLS: Nikon D4, 70-200mm f/2.8, 1/1250 seconds, f/7.1, ISO 200
Lead Photo: Garrett Grove
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