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If the sky is really overcast like it is in that shot (I'm assuming) put the bike in the center of the shot with the rider in the upper half and some more of the terrain in the lower half.

Not sure if you have a wide angle lens, but that shot would look killer from a lower angle and a really wide angle lens.

As far as PS goes I'd just adjust the levels a bit. Don't have it on this machine to show you unfortunately.
 

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Really quick fix

Ian: a whole two minutes in Photoshop (very quick and dirty) with a selection of the sky with the magic wand and a new adjustment layer, you get a blue sky (sort of). With more time you can get better edges and hit the areas that I missed.

You cannot just use the Levels command, since that will adjust out the fork, plate, parts of the helmet and the race tape.

Have fun
Rick
 

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