Better late than never. Earlier this summer the Ossington BIA hosted a 4 corner criterium on the streets of west Toronto. While I was on hand to shoot the racing action for Canadian Cycling (details here), I was also on hand to document the customized rides. A two part feature is still set to run on Red Bull Media soon. But in the meantime here is a sneak peak.
The pink Louis Garneau belongs to the podium topper so if you're wondering what the fastest bike on the course was, that's it. Definitely don't sleep on the custom painted Specialized courtesy of Toronto's own Velocolour. The Storck Vision Light in the header image and the gallery below will always have a soft spot in my heart. Why? Because it used to be mine. It makes me really happy to see it doing so well and to be raced in crits. I really miss that bike.
To get the full details and story on all these rides keep an eye on this page or my Instagram feed where I'll post a link once they go live. For more information on the event itself and to get ahead on announcements for next year, visit the Ossington BIA page.
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