Crosshairs Radio Episode 70: Brett Rothmeyer

On episode 70, photographer Brett Rothmeyer enters the basement studio for a conversation about bikes, cameras, and how they go so well together. You can check out Brett’s work on and at

You can follow Brett on Instagram at @brettrothmeyer and Twitter at @brettrothmeyer.

© 2016 Brett Rothmeyer

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3 thoughts on “Crosshairs Radio Episode 70: Brett Rothmeyer

  1. I enjoyed the conversation. I always enjoy Brett’s photos and now I have some insight on his work. Thank you.

  2. Thanks for this…two of my fave subjects cameras and bikes! If anyones ever tried to shoot a bike race they know how tough it is to get a solid compelling shot that isn’t a just another bike race, Brett’s work is of the solid variety! thanks again

  3. What a great episode! I listened to it while I was on the trainer, twice! Thanks for introducing me to Brett and his photography philosophy.

    As a side note: Christmas Cross. It’s worth it. We went for the the first time last year. Cannot say enough about the races, the fans, and the celebration of cross the comes together at each venue. Pro tip: It definitely helps to have an inside man to help you get parking!

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