(A month late, but keeping true to messenger organization...)
A winter alley cat in Minneapolis: yeah yeah, it's cold, it's icy, it's wet but something about bringing 300+ people together all
for the sake of a yearly race, in the middle of winter, is very
After garnering more than it's share of infamy last year, the Stuckylife Gentlemen's Race is back for a third iteration. Over 100km of road and gravel racing throughout lower Vancouver Island, teams of three will contend with each other, the weather, and nefarious race routing for the first prize of eternal glory.
On Friday, Jan 31st, 36 racers lined up for a chaotic Le Mans style start through the ruins at Macaulay Point Park. The goal was Harbour Road, after first completing six checkpoints, each with a challenge surpassing the last.
Tunnel your way through the page break for photos, details, and top-secret maps!
In the short time since building this bike it has seen a ton of roads, both paved and unpaved. From group road rides, to commuting, to hurricane ridge, alleycats, and even a VCL hill climb, this bike has done it all.
The first alleycat of the year had an impressive turnout; well done, racers and organizers for putting on a great event. Cold but dry conditions meant some fast winter racing was in order. Claydor Gunnarwebb won the race and a full recap is on the way but here are the photos I took from the infamous passport checkpoint that tricked more than a few people.