San Dimas Stage Race Photo Gallery

A stage race for all categories

When it comes to Southern California cycling the San Dimas Stage Race (SDSR) is a must. If not to race than to spectate. From category 5 to Pro the racing is always entertaining and offers three days of fun. With bad weather through the week, the clouds cleared and offered nearly perfect weather all three days. Here is a small selection of photos that editor Troy Templin shot on stages two and a few on stage three. For more photos of Stage 2 click here or Stage 3 click here.


The face doesn’t lie.
Paul Chia of CBS Cycling on a beautiful Factor.
Heckler Hill not only splintered the groups but offered plenty of entertainment.
Dominic Galenti, Sean Hall and Demi Hechanova lead the commentary as riders ascend Hecklers Hill.
Dual wielding hydro shooter Tim Eaton leads the heckling from the road.
Priscilla Calderon fell victim to Tim’s assault.
Sean Hall gives some advice #NoBraques
Dominic Galenti of Incycle giving money hand-ups.
Joel Arnold stays focused as Tim Eaton (man painted in green) leads the heckling.
Chris Demarchi tries to bridge up to his two teammates on Heckler Hill.
The wind kicked up in the afternoon of stage 2 as the pro men hit the course.
Jasmine Duehring with a dominating finish in the women’s Pro-1-2 road race.
Christian Molina dominated the Cat 2 sprint.
Edgar Stepanyan looked strong on the entire mens 3 road race but missed the win by a few inches.
Justin Williams is stoked on his new S-Works Venge ViAS Disc.
This Stinner Factory Racing rig was ready for the Pro race with Brandon Baker taking 6th on stage 2.
Tyler Locke is ready to crush it and himself.
These two men were all that was left of a four-man break after 7 laps in the wind.
The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling team controlled most of stage 2.
The Williams brothers follow race leader Jordan Cheyne who gets a flat moments after this photo was taken.
Christopher Blevins breaks away from the pro field for a solo finish on stage 2.


RBA contributor David Kennedy tries his luck in the cat 3 race.
Gaerne kicks, Troy Lee Designs gloves and a Franco Balcom S, we like your style Michael Schanafelt.
The final corner turned to mayhem in the cat 3 crit as one of the lead riders suffered a puncture mid-corner.

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