singlespeed world Championships
Competitors faced a grueling 22-mile course across a mountain, equipped with a solitary gear
Heather Irmiger earned a sweet tattoo last year by winning the Singlespeed World Championships in Durango, Colorado. Here's her bike, as well as her husband's Jeremy Horgan-Kobelsk's rigid rig, that they took to the 2010 SSWC in New Zealand.
Kiwi Garth Weinberg and Australian Heather Logie top Elvis, Superman, a Human Disco Ball, Animal from the Muppets, Marilyn Munroe, five Beer Cans, numerous fairies and a fair amount of criminals at SSWC.
Superbike champ loves anything with two wheels — bicycles included.
Elvis, Superman, Human Disco Ball, Animal from the Muppets, Marilyn, fairies, beer grace SSWC.
SLIDESHOW: Heather Irmiger earned a sweet tattoo last year by winning the Singlespeed World Championships in Durango, Colorado. Along with her hubby, Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski, Irmiger is headed to Rotorua, New Zealand to defend her title next weekend.
SLIDESHOW: Just a few days before departing Colorado and heading south of the equator to Rotorua, New Zealand for the 2010 Singlespeed World Championships, Ross Schnell shares his sub-20 pound, full-suspension SS rig.
Americans Ross Schnell and Heather Irmiger will make the trip to Rotorua, New Zealand later in October to defend their SSWC tattoos earned last year in Durango, Colorado. 2009 SSWC SLIDESHOW-DURANGO
It's said at the Singlespeed World Championships that if you don't want the winners' tattoo, don't win. 'Rad' Ross Schnell and Heather Irmiger were up for the tat on Saturday.
The folks hosting the Singlespeed World Championships in Durango promise an eclectic stroll of fun, raucous ballyhoo hindered by nothing more than a slight residue of common sense.