Breck Epic Stage 4 Gallery: High times in the high country

44 miles, 6,300 feet of climbing and a whole lot of sweet singletrack

Race Coverage

Another savage day of the 2014 Breck Epic cross country stage race went in the books Wednesday. This time it was 44 miles and 6300 feet of climbing, and once again ace photographer Eddie Clark was course side to capture all the action on what was an amazingly scenic day of singletrack and suffering. Scroll down to see what he saw, and check out the stage 4 results here and overall standings here.

Breck Epic Stage 4

Rigs ready to ride. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4  Chris Cawley and Larry Grossman

Breck Epic timing ace Chris Cawley and man-on-the-mic Larry Grossman. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4

Lunch time. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4

Did we mention that the trails around Breckenridge are world class — and endless. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4 Kate Aardal

Kate Aardal leads the women’s open competition. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4 Catherine Williamson

Catherine Williamson sits second overall among the open women. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4 Toshio Kunii

Miles of smiles. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4 Alex Grant

Alex Grant has a stranglehold on the top of the standings, leading second placed Joan Llordella by more than 20 minutes. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4 Bryan Dillon

Nothing like a little Braaaaappppp time. Photo by Eddie Clark

Breck Epic Stage 4

Lots of big mountain scenery. Photo by Eddie Clark

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