Happy New Year


A doll? No...you want a bike for Christmas. Next year you make sure to put that at the top of your list.
A doll? No…you want a bike for Christmas. Next year make sure to put that at the top of your list.

With the year rapidly coming to a close my thoughts turn to how much fun I had this season. Fun riding, fun photographing, fun talking, fun being with friends and fun making lots of new ones. And, as always, fun promoting our sport because we all know riding woods is just too much fun not to share.

CGP would like to thank you for your support. As a reminder, all 2012 photos will be removed from my gallery via my website on Dec. 31, 2012. By purchasing photos it has covered my costs for travel to events, and allowed me to keep my equipment in good working order (dust, rain and photographic equipment don’t mix well). I look forward to attending most trail rides and races next year and will post photos as they become available.

© Cecile Gambin Photography© Cecile Gambin PhotographyThank you also to Offroad-Ontario, the KTM Trail series, the CMRC Trans Canada, Substance Projects, Sasquatch Vintage Racing, the CMX, and to all the countless volunteers for a superb year.

Finally, I am hoping that my next post in the New Year will have some fantastic news. But, for the moment I must keep my mouth closed. In the meantime, please have a safe and happy holiday season. See you out on the trails with either my camera, my bike or both.


Grand Bend CMX 2012

Pictures have been uploaded. Click on Gallery and ‘For Riders’ to find the album. Lots of pictures taken throughout the day of all classes on the big track so if you can’t find yourself send me an email with your plate number. Also created a separate Vintage album so you can find yourselves easlier.

Write-up to follow soon. What I can say is I had a blast shooting MX – a change from my usual pace and the best part – no poison ivy, no flashes and you all kept riding circles around me so it was so easy to take lots of pictures – which is why I have so many.  Anyways, so much to tell and show.

Thanks for your patience.