Free your mind and your legs will follow.
Reblogged from chrisburkard
We wanted to earn this shot..
More often than not photography feels like your just running from spot to spot.. So we opted to Kayak to Spirit Island for the full experience. Photos don’t really do justice to the absolute beauty that lies at the end of this lake. The sunset was crazy, but the stars last night were even better.. #WeDidntSleepAsecond
We didn’t bring any water because the lake was too pure not to drink out of #WeActuallyForgotWater After 6 hours of paddling our arms are jello but our smiles and sunburns said it all. Definitely one of the most memorable 24 Hours of my life. Expect to see more and sorry for the long caption.
Shot with iPhone (crazy what those things can do) with @olloclip wide angle
@travelalberta (at Maligne Lake)
Reblogged from adamjhepburn
Tour of Britain 2014: stage 8 - photo gallery - Pt.1
The 2014 Tour of Britain came to an end with a split stage in London, where Sir Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) and Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) won on the day, and Dylan van Baarle (Garmin-Sharp) secured overall victory.
Wiggins, riding his first time trial since being crowned national champion for the third time, romped to victory on the 8.8km course ahead of Sylvain Chavanel (IAM Cycling) and Steve Cummings (BMC Racing).
Kittel then took centre stage, beating Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) and Nicola Ruffoni (Bardiani-CSF) to the line in a bunch sprint at the end of an 88.8km circuit race.
These photos tell the story of the final day of the race.
#ToB2014 #TourofBritain #TourofBritain2014