Glacier Bike Race

These sensational images show part of an avalanche of 142 cyclists, hurtling down a Swiss mountain in the annual Glacier Bike Race. The race starts approximately 3,500m up the mountain, where the cyclists have to battle for the lead position with icey-intensity. The racers have been known to hit speeds of up to 144km/h, and the quickest competitors can crash down to the finish line in Saas Fe, Switzerland, in around eight minutes. Andrew Lloyd, the photographer who captured the im

These sensational images show part of an avalanche of 142 cyclists, hurtling down a Swiss mountain in the annual Glacier Bike Race. The race starts approximately 3,500m up the mountain, where the cyclists have to battle for the lead position with icey-intensity. The racers have been known to hit speeds of up to 144km/h, and the quickest competitors can crash down to the finish line in Saas Fe, Switzerland, in around eight minutes. Andrew Lloyd, the photographer who captured the im

These sensational images show part of an avalanche of 142 cyclists, hurtling down a Swiss mountain in the annual Glacier Bike Race. The race starts approximately 3,500m up the mountain, where the cyclists have to battle for the lead position with icey-intensity. The racers have been known to hit speeds of up to 144km/h, and the quickest competitors can crash down to the finish line in Saas Fe, Switzerland, in around eight minutes. Andrew Lloyd, the photographer who captured the im

These sensational images show part of an avalanche of 142 cyclists, hurtling down a Swiss mountain in the annual Glacier Bike Race. The race starts approximately 3,500m up the mountain, where the cyclists have to battle for the lead position with icey-intensity. The racers have been known to hit speeds of up to 144km/h, and the quickest competitors can crash down to the finish line in Saas Fe, Switzerland, in around eight minutes. Andrew Lloyd, the photographer who captured the im

These sensational images show part of an avalanche of 142 cyclists, hurtling down a Swiss mountain in the annual Glacier Bike Race. The race starts approximately 3,500m up the mountain, where the cyclists have to battle for the lead position with icey-intensity. The racers have been known to hit speeds of up to 144km/h, and the quickest competitors can crash down to the finish line in Saas Fe, Switzerland, in around eight minutes. Andrew Lloyd, the photographer who captured the im