The 2019 Rockland County Supercross Cup stood out from earlier iterations for two reasons. One was that the weather was consistently good, if unseasonably cold, both days. The second was that teamwork dominated both the women’s and men’s elite fields.
Photo Gallery: The big race for last and Heather Morrison is 'Roadside' for the Giro di Lombardia and the sixth race of her Italian autumn week. Bergamo and Como for the best shots of the start and finish under the falling leaves of Lombardia.
Photo Gallery: Race No.5 and the last before the big one: Il Lombardia, the 'Race of the Falling Leaves' the last big race of the season. Heather's day at the Gran Piemonte was the usual mixture of rider stalking, photographer scuffles and some great shots. Another day on the northern Italian roads for Heather.
Photo Gallery: Italian autumn race No.4 for Heather Morrison is the 100th edition of Milano-Torino. An easier day for our intrepid PEZ photographer, but one of the best so far with shots of the start presentation and the hard fight for the victory going to Canada's Michael Woods.
Photo Gallery: Race three in Heather's Italian autumn one-day Classics week, and she has moved north to Varese for the 'Tre Valli Varesine'. A surprising and exciting finalé was taken by Vuelta a España winner, Primoz Roglic and Heather was there for the full Italian race experience.
Photo Gallery: From last week's World championships in Yorkshire, PEZ photographer, Heather Morrison has moved south to take in a week of Italian autumn one-day Classics. Heather will be doing the full week through to the Giro di Lombardia on Saturday, but first up is the Giro dell’Emilia. Take it away Heather...
Worlds Photo Gallery: The final word has to go to a lady, so Heather Morrison has put together her favourite shots from the men's World championships race last Sunday. We know it was very wet and cold, you have to be made of stern stuff for this 'Photo Gallery'. The last report from the Worlds... we promise!
Worlds Photo Gallery: After the controversy of the Men's Under 23 race, the Dutch Elite Women made amends and took first and second places. Heather Morrison was 'Roadside' to take in the fun at the start and the finish. At least it was dry, no need for those umbrellas!