Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Old Man Winter 2020 lived up to the name serving up fresh snow and below-freezing temperatures. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Amity Rockwell checks her tire pressure before rolling out. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Amity Rockwell headed to the start line of Old Man Winter. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Everyone geared up for a winter adventure. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Professional triathlete Heather Jackson was all smiles at the start. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Old Man Winter provided a winter festival atmosphere. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Snow was falling and the temperature was about 20 degrees for the start. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Bar Mitts! Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Plastic wrap provided warmth and protection from the elements. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
A fat bike was a good choice for the conditions. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Pete Stetina was ready to take on Old Man Winter. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
More tread, please! Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Minutes before the start, everyone was just trying to stay warm. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Bundled up and waiting to roll out. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
And… they’re off! Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Under rough winter conditions riders headed out to tackle the 62 mile course. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Ski goggles helped riders deal with the blowing snow. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
One way to keep out of the wind. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Survival mode. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Out on course, the group quickly spit up into a long line of riders. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Five and a half miles into the ride, a head-wind and blowing snow made things difficult. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
It wouldn’t be Old Man Winter without icicles on the beard. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
It was looking like it would be a long day. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Corners were slick. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com
With the dangerous conditions, the Colorado Department of Transportation made the decision to cancel the event. Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com