Boyer Family Reunion at our Event

For the Boyer family, accomplishing great work just runs in the family. Jock Boyer, Coach of Team Rwanda Cycling, is an accomplished pro cyclist and has competed and won cycling events at the highest level.  Jock’s brother Winston Boyer, is also renowned and accomplished in his own field – that of fine art photography.

Wyoming-Landscape--Rainbow

Our 50 Mile Ride event will be like a family reunion, as both Jock and Winston plan to be here.  We’re honored to have two of Winston’s most popular fine art prints available for auction at our event.  These gorgeous prints are each 50″ long, from a limited edition of only 64 hand signed and numbered prints that normally retail for $1200 each.  Winston has generously donated these prints to our event, to help us raise funds for Team Rwanda Cycling.

There is a story behind each of the two images Winston chose for our event.  For generations, the Boyer family has owned a ranch in Wyoming, and according to Winston, the “pot of gold” at the end of the rainbow in the image is the exact location of their ranch.  The other image was taken above Big Sur during a recent Tour of California cycling stage race – and in the large 50″ print, you can see the cyclists making their way through the countryside.

Big Sur Tour of Cali#69BE7B

Winston Boyer lives in Carmel, California and works as a fine art and commercial photographer.  He considers color photography his medium and uses the Cibachrome Printing Process and Giclee Pigmented Prints for the production of his fine art prints.  Boyer has done commission work for CBS Sports, New West Magazine, Yachting, Golden State Magazine, Musician Magazine, Ultra Sport Magazine, Cyclist Magazine, Monterey Life Magazine, Mirrior de Cyclisme, Travel Holiday Magazine, The Independent Magazine, Southern Accents, and others.  In addition, he’s been published in Picture Magazine, Camera Arts Magazine, American Photographer, Camera 35, Petersens Photographic, Time-Life Books in the Color edition under “Master Color Printers”, and had a book, American Roads,  published by Little Brown/Bullfinch Press in 1989.

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