Fast becoming the Midwest Spring Classic the Rough Road 100 in Morris, Illinois is true to its name – rough. With nine grueling crushed gravel sectors on the 100K course the racers that hit Sector One were bound to loose a bottle or two. When I got to this part of the race it looked like a garage sale of biddons!
This watercolor and pen drawing captures it all. Only one is available.
I don’t know about you but I just love riding with my friends. The bigger the group the more fun I have. It just seems to be so much more fun when you can share the ride, share the pain, share the amazing experiences we all have on our bikes.
Also, that’s me in the middle, lots of friends makes staying out of the wind easier too.
Enjoy this one of a kind Pen and Ink on paper original art.
We all need a little help and it’s good to know there’s always someone there for you with a hand. That is the basic idea behind this series of “Support” paintings I did for USA Cycling. With their support cycling in the US has a future.
This is one painting in a Series of Three.
This painting is 36×48 inches on stretched canvas. If you have any questions about this work please contact me.
Original Cycling Art | 36×48 inches | Stretched Canvas | Acrylic painting