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2009 Amgen Tour of California Photos

I’ve finally managed to upload photos from yesterday’s race. Here’s a selection — enjoy! Please visit the full set of Tour of California Prologue photos here. I read and appreciate all comments!

Yellow Devil / Lance Armstrong push photos

The Yellow Devil harasses Lance Armstrong with a huge fake syringe and “Live Clean” jersey; Lance Armstrong pushes the Devil into the snow. See the complete sequence of photos at photographer Tom de Waele’s website. Props to Maglia Rosa and to Byron, who writes a little more about the Yellow Devil. The Yellow Devil also read more »

Flickr blog features Tour of California

Flickr shows you where you can find many Amgen Tour of California photos. My photography for this year’s Tour is over, but you can find plenty of good photos at Ken Conley’s website. Photo by Ken Conley Steve Hill also has photographer Mike Norris covering the tour this year over at Steephill.TV. Mike’s a really read more »

Tour of California from the Golden Gate Bridge

Stage 2 of the 2009 Amgen Tour of California begins in Sausalito at 8:30 AM near the Spinnaker Restaurant. Downtown Sausalito is great, bikey town and the headquarters for Breezer Bikes and Swobo. You’ll likely run into the bike people from Breezer and Swobo in Sausalito or at the Bike Expo. The cyclists make two read more »

Amgen Tour of California: Santa Cruz viewing locations

Pro cycling fans will have several choices to view some great cycling in Santa Cruz County during Stage 2 of the 2009 Amgen Tour of California on Presidents Day, Monday, February 16. California Highway 1 at Bonny Doon Road The cyclists will zoom down Highway 1 from Pacifica, past Davenport and then turn left onto read more »

Persistence pays off bringing Tour of California to Santa Cruz

Local business owner and cycling fanatic Matt Twisselman is the Santa Cruz Local Organizing Committee for the 2009 Amgen Tour of California. He’s been trying to bring a stage to Santa Cruz since 2005 and finally succeeded for the 2009 race. Four years after Twisselman, 49, first thought the race might roll through Santa Cruz, read more »