Last night was the Dick Lane Velodrome Zipp Need For Speed Sprints
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Below, Alexander Gil’s BT Stealth.
Always admired Australia’s Bike Technologies as some of the best looking aero carbon track frames.
Speaking of great looking aero carbon track frames, Roger Hernandez’s Serenity is shown below.
Serenity is a relativity new player in the elite track frame market putting out a great product.
As a generous supporter of our track and exhibitor at the Keirin, I got a chance to get a closer look.
More photos and highlights on these bikes being posted soon.
On that note, there was not one but two Chameleon Marvels on the track Friday night.
This was my first Festival competing with Faster Mustache. A group of cyclists i have known for years.
We’re all not getting any slower and have a solid team lined up for the 2011 season.
Warming up below is Jason Atwood who road to the track with race wheels mounted behind the saddle.
More photos of that custom carrying system soon. So practical and easy to ensure your tubulars are happy.
The ‘Muscles from Miami” Alexander Gil showing off some trackie skills on his road bike between races.
The 200m TT qualifiers for the Need for Speed Sprints.
12.78 may have been my best time yet. 11.3 was just shy of his own record for Andy.
A five lap repêchage earned Valentin, below left, back into the tournament to face off against Andy.
This wasn’t in the bag for the T-Town native as Dick Lane local Valentin had a few tricks up his sleeve.
In a close sprint Valentin narrowly missed the win and Andy began his domination of the weekend.
Junior rider Brody Hartley below established his ability to spin and win early on.
Expect big things from this guy. Blasting off the front and securing solo victories comes natural for him.
Jon Fraley below is poised strategically in a match sprint against Andy Lakatosh.
And as the sun went down the track really lit up with the sprint tournament coming to epic final rounds.
Matt Baranoski ready to strike on Alexander Gil. In a blisteringly fast match, Matt won but fought for it.
You can see he was feeling the burn as Alexander did not give up without a fierce fight.
Next up was Jonny Serious and Alexander. Jon narrowly missed the mark against the Miami native.
I couldn’t imagine a faster, closer race!
These guys know each very well and would be hard pressed to surprise each other.
With 1st place up for grabs, Matt scooped up the Sprint podium at the line in a neck and neck battle.
I’ll be posting photos and a recap from yesterday’s Keirin soon.
Great Racing guys! Thank you Jeff, Pete & Co. for organizing this 2011 ATRA season highlight!