One of Europe’s top bike polo photographers, Liv Minh, is looking to bring his hardcourt bike polo photographs from the digital to the physical, and he is looking to the bike polo community for help. Liv set up a crowd sourcing campaign on Kiss Kiss Bank Bank to make it easier for people to help him out. If this seems like a project you’d like to get behind, you can find information on Liv’s project HERE!
A couple weeks ago I was approached by the host of a Portland based podcast about cycling called The Sprocket. He was interested in doing a show about Portland Bike Polo, as well as hardcourt bike polo as a whole. He wanted to have a male and female present to gain a more broad point of view on the sport. So I scooped up fellow Portland Bike Polo player Raggy, and we made an appearance at the studio in SE Portland. You can find the full interview HERE!
I’m sorry in advance for sounding like a dummy.
Brandon Carter amazes us again with his ability to take some of the best hardcourt bike polo photos. You can find his set of 316 emotion clinching pictures from the 2014 North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship HERE! Enjoy!
It’s great to see more and more photographers taking great hardcourt bike polo photos, and Will Melling is definitely help raise the bar for future bike polo photographers. Check out his series of photos from last weekends London Open HERE!
First of all, can we give a round of applause to Liam Gilson for continually capturing the raw emotion of a physical sport better than most photographers covering the “Big 5″. He is simply amazing, and the sport of bike polo is lucky to have him around. Bravo, Liam, bravo!