2015 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Photos

Adam Waheed | June 29, 2015
Pikes Peak International Hill ClimbThe Pikes Peak course is broken into different segments allowing riders to fine tune their machines and minds.

Pikes Peak International Hill ClimbThe Cycle World/Victory/RSD Project 156 machine features a prototype V-Twin engine designed and built by Polaris in Medina, Minnesota.

Pikes Peak International Hill ClimbJude Monica rides an old Cannondale production motorcycle – a machine they made for a few years, before canning the program to instead focus on bicycles.

Pikes Peak International Hill ClimbA race through the clouds: competitors reach an elevation just over 14,000 feet at Pikes Peak.

Pikes Peak International Hill ClimbAt Pikes Peak there is a racing class for virtually every kind of machine whether it be gas, or electric, on two wheels, or four.

Ducati Multistrada 1200 at Pikes PeakMotoGeo’s Jamie Robinson rode a 2015 Ducati Mutistrada 1200 S from California and competed on it during the 93rd running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

Pikes Peak International Hill ClimbThe Cycle World Project 156 team is led by Roland Sands Design with the SoCal bike builder manufacturing a custom chassis around Polaris’ prototype V-Twin engine.

Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

An accident during practice had eventual race winner Jeff Tigert’s team burning the midnight oil to repair his CBR1000RR.

Pikes Peak International Hill ClimbCycle World’s Don Canet takes a moment to himself before ripping up the mountain.

 

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