Nature Valley Grand Prix Photos

June 14, 2008 at 4:23 pm Leave a comment

Here is a quick post with some photos from one of our team managers (Tim Ramos).

2008 Nature Valley Men\'s Composite Team

2008 Nature Valley Men's Composite Team

2008 Nature Valley Men\'s and Women\'s Composite Teams

2008 Nature Valley Men's and Women's Composite Teams

Warming up for the Cannon Falls road race

Warming up for the Cannon Falls road race

Jason and I getting to the start line early - Cannon Falls

Jason and I getting to the start line early – Cannon Falls

Brady and I on the finishing circuits - Cannon Falls

Brady and I on the finishing circuits – Cannon Falls

Kristine and Analise in the kids race (in the background)

Kristine and Analise in the kids race (in the background)

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