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Old 12-08-09, 10:50 AM   #1
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More famous-er, now in the USA!

It's all about my drive to world cycling domination through over distribution of photos.
Adventure Cycling used two of my photos in their 2010 catalog. MyLilPony made the back cover. I'm inside.
I'm not sure the photo of me is much of a marketing coup for them, but Tricia looks great.



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Old 12-08-09, 11:03 AM   #2
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On a roll!

By the way, great photo here: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_YObKuX2krq...ll+Century.jpg
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Old 12-08-09, 12:07 PM   #3
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Maybe the beginnings of a second career and a movie. Move over Lance!
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Old 12-08-09, 01:27 PM   #4
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Geez, dude.

Careful, media saturation is no one's friend. Go into hiding for a while!
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Geez, dude.

Careful, media saturation is no one's friend. Go into hiding for a while!
What?? Too much me? Are you sure??
But OK, I'll go hide out with Tiger and those two who crashed the white house.
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x136 may be right Curtis, look what happened to Tiger!
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Couldn't happen to a nicer couple!
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That's pretty cool! What's next?
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It's all about my drive to world cycling domination through over distribution of photos.
Adventure Cycling used two of my photos in their 2010 catalog. MyLilPony made the back cover. I'm inside.
I'm not sure the photo of me is much of a marketing coup for them, but Tricia looks great.

Wow, Curtis this is really going somewhere. Did you guys get any compensation for the one of Trish? It seems one thing to be having a feature but another to be used as an advertisement for a company. Good for you guys either way, just curious.
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These are great shots, well deserving of the exposure.

I also like the photo in bacana's post. The mood and the focused/tensed faces make for a fantastic shot.
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Hey I get that catalog and haven't looked at it yet. I feel compelled to buy something, just to support their smart decisions in choosing models! Great job.
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Did you guys get any compensation for the one of Trish? It seems one thing to be having a feature but another to be used as an advertisement for a company. Good for you guys either way, just curious.
They are an organization, not a for profit company, so I'd have given them as a contribution. But they gave us a two year membership, a hat, and a fist full of cool stickers. I'm happy. Happy enough that we just signed up for their Montana trip.
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Great work- the pictures look awesome and you guys can take pride in inspiring thousands to get out and ride!
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They are an organization, not a for profit company, so I'd have given them as a contribution. But they gave us a two year membership, a hat, and a fist full of cool stickers. I'm happy. Happy enough that we just signed up for their Montana trip.
Cool - that makes sense.
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