Emily Maye Captures Cyclists and Spectators at the Belgian Cyclocross

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 11, 2013 • References: emilymaye & itsnicethat
Photographer Emily Maye shows a different side to the sport of cycling. Documenting the Belgian Cyclocross race, she shoots candid images that really capture the energy generated by the racers and spectators alike. A captivating series, it appropriately focuses on the action rather than pretentiously trying to artistically tell a story. Emily Maye reveals, "I want to give a sense of what it’s like to be at a race in person." She especially loves the community involved in such events.

Living and working in Los Angeles, California, Emily Maye definitely exudes a passion for cycling, as her portfolio proves. Although she doesn't consider herself a cyclist, only riding for recreational reasons, Emily Maye has extensive knowledge about professional cycling as well as the history of the sport. Stats for Bike Racing Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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