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.
This 12×18 inch Original Pen & Ink with watercolor drawing was created on location in Australia during the 2019 Tour Down Under. This was drawn during the new kit presentation at the Rapha Pop Up shop!
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
Long sleeves, wool jerseys, damp, cold — sounds like a perfect day for a road ride in Belgium. Up the hill, down the hill it’s hard to find a flat road away from the coastline. I’m a big fan of the hard races, the classic one day events and very much looking forward to watching the 2019 Tour de France start in Brussels, Belgium next summer.
This painting is 30×48 inches on stretched canvas. If you have any questions about this work please contact me.
Original Cycling Art | 30×48 inches | Stretched Canvas | Acrylic painting
The Paris Roubaix race first ran in 1896 and has been torturing cyclists ever since. It is known as “The Hell of the North” because of the difficult road and weather conditions that rage throughout the area. With cobblestone roads and wind-swept fields, this “Queen” of the Classics is an annual favorite among cycling fans everywhere, and a right of passage for any likely classics champion.