The photographer of these photos (above) is long-time randonneur Harold Bridge, who took many of the photos along Pacific Populaire routes in the mid/late 1990s. He was a time-trialist when he lived in England, though I hadn't realized that he tandem tt-ed until I received this first photo (below) today. In the photo, Peter Bury is up front, Harold's the stoker. In Harold's own words: "Tandem time trialling 1949 style - 100 miles - 4-4-57. Taken about 5 miles from the finish. My snarl is due to the photographer shouting; "Number?" and me giving it to him. The record that lasted a year. With another partner on the same tandem I did 4-4-42 in 1950."
Harold also designed the Three Hump Camel 200 km route coming up on April 14, and he pre-rode and route-checked the course. The second photo below is from Harold's 200 km pre-ride.
The third photo below is a photo of Harold at the Spanish Banks control, on April 1, taken by Philip Neuwirth. [Eric F]