Today I flew from the West Coast of the United States to the South West of sunny England, whilst away I did some awesome stuff with some awesome people, a lot of which included riding bikes.
Sunday saw the final of the DFL race series held around San Francisco, the race, if you didn’t know has been going for 18 years now, and it’s free to enter if you ride in drag, if not then you pay a $5 entry fee. I took a whole bunch of photos from the race which included a number of Mash SF riders including Walton Brush who was leading the series & ended up taking the win this week & the overall.
The course was right at the side of the bay, in a park, DFL is a totally underground race series.
The Mash riders took full advantage of the chance to race in women’s clothing.
There were girls & riders on all kinds of bikes.
This sand trap was hard work & caught a lot of riders out, the more experienced riders chose the outside line.
All kinds of surfaces were raced on at this course, something for everyone.
Dylan from Mash embracing the drag race.
This rocky section was another tricky part of the course which was run by most but the odd few riders rode it out.
Even if you have a carbon cross bike with disc brakes, you can always still rock a dress.
More fun than your average cross race!
Walton & Kyle from Mash killed it, with Walton choosing to ride the rocks every time.
A whole lot of nice bikes were in attendance at the race.
The winners of the series (Men & Women) took home these incredible hand made metal backpacks!
Post-race I took in some of the local SF sights as the fog came in across the bay.
Port. More photos from my trip coming soon!