Rock N’ Rail 1850 comes to downtown Fort Dodge

-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Justin Heizer, of Kansas City, Kansas, gets a nice low angle as he photographs some of his fellow bike racers as they round the corner of Central Avenue and North 10th Street during the Rock N’ Rail 1850 Bike Race in downtown Fort Dodge Saturday.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Mason Northway, 7, of Cantril, watches as Rock N’ Rail 1850 Bike Race winner Brody Burnham, of Des Moines, gets interviewed after the 9- to 14- year-old race. Northway’s old film camera was loaded and ready to go, “Yeah,” he said. “It’s Kentmere 100.”
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Nationally top rated bike racer Alijah Beatty, of Washington, zips along Central Avenue Saturday morning during the Rock N’ Rail 1850 Bike Race in downtown Fort Dodge.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
A group of riders, led by Alijah Beatty, of Washington makes their way uphill along First Street North Saturday during the Rock N’ Rail 1850 Bike Race in downtown Fort Dodge.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen Scott Wall, of Ames, races along Central Avenue Saturday morning in the Rock N’ Rail 1850 Bike Race. Wall is with team Ames Velo.

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