After wrapping up another spectacular cyclocross season, cycling photographer Balint Hamvas is gathering all his best pictures of the 2012/2013 cyclocross season in a new book. The most beautiful, interesting, fetching and eye-catching shots of the biggest races of the season will be brought together on 220 pages, with full-colour pictures on high quality paper in a hard-cover edition.
The book will feature all eight legs of the World Cup as well as all Superprestige and GVA trophy races, plu Scheldecross, Druivencross and the historical World Championships in the United States, in Louisville, KY.
To add a bit more depth to the photos, he invited an illustrious bunch of writers to add some depth to the images. Simon Burney, Dan Seaton, Mattio Montesano, Caroline Caroliens and Stefan Wyman all add an exciting piece of the puzzle, expect great insights and even better stories from them. And last but not least, another behind-the-scene chapter with Jeremy Powers.
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“If you're a cyclo-cross fan then this book is a great record of the season with its sharp images and clever text, it makes you want to open a bottle Belgian beer and ring a cowbell.”
“Amazing photography and Cyclocross - quite possibly the most perfect ingredients for best coffee table book. Ever. ”
"An impressively comprehensive photo review of the 2011/2012 season"
"Fantastic review of the 'cross season from a photographer with a passion for the sport"
"Hamvas' uses cyclocross as a canvas on which to frame a bigger artistic vision, where sport serves as a metaphor for a grander human drama"
Hardcover coffe table book (270mm x 230mm) with 220 pages of exclusive cyclo-cross photography with pictures you haven't seen anywhere else in print
Chapter introductions written by the very talented Caroline Cardinaels
Covers all key races of the season: all World Cups, Superprestiges, GVAs, Druivencross, Scheldecross and the World Championships
What is the real Jeremy Powers is like?
Published Right after the season
The book is available for pre-order now, shipping 1st May.