The belt drive bikes dominated the singlespeed category in Saturday’s cross racing at Sea Otter Classic, where Amanda Schaper and Alan Danger Zinniker took the top podium spot in the men’s and women’s races. Photos courtesy of Corey Keizer.
Amanda (above) barely broke a sweat in winning the women’s race. Check out the dude from Las Vegas in green over her shoulder, who is racing on a Raleigh Hodala with Carbon Drive. Danger (below) leads the field.
Danger wins the Sea Otter jersey and the top podium spot.
Throw ya hands in the a-ya! Maraya Morse took the second place podium spot on her Raleigh Hodala with Carbon Drive.
The guy from Vegas, Roger Morse, never caught Amanda but he finished eighth overall and his wife Maraya finished second in the women’s race on her Carbon Drive Hodala.