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Downtown Greenville Cycling Classic Photos

Here are few more photos from Sunday’s P/1/2/3 race:

This is all that was left of the 80 person field towards the end of the race plus two guys still off the front

This is all that was left of the 80 person field towards the end of the race plus two guys still off the front. I am the guy at the very front of the group with his head down.

Here is the group coming over the crest of the steep hill right before the previous picture was taken.

Here is the group coming over the crest of the steep hill right before the previous picture was taken. I am sitting in the second wheel position. My wife panned to the left after this picture and then took the previous picture as we climbed the next hill on the course.

Here I am attacking to bridge to a move that has just gone off the front on Saturday

Here I am attacking to bridge to a move that has just gone off the front on Saturday

My teammate Mike Lackey rode a good smart race in the Cat 3 race on Saturday always fighting to stay near the front.

My teammate Mike Lackey rode a good smart race in the Cat 3 race on Saturday always fighting to stay near the front.

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