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The Hell of the North – Paris Roubaix Poster
One of the oldest races in cycling, Paris Roubaix is the “Queen” of the Classics. It is also affectionately known as “The Hell of the North” and “A Sunday in Hell” for its grueling and challenging route on rough terrain and cobbled pathways.
I’ve always been a fan.
Bike Milwaukee Poster
This bicycle print was created in 2013 to help raise funds for Midwest Bike Share, a not-for-profit organization bringing an inexpensive bike sharing program to the greater Milwaukee area. The idea behind the image was inspired by the name, bike share. Showing a diverse group of bicycle riders in the image, Michael demonstrates that the bike share program is for anyone and everyone.
Original Tuscany Art Print
“For Wine. For Love. For Bicycling.”
Tuscany boasts sun-drenched landscapes filled with rolling hills where the wine flows freely all afternoon. Sounds like a slice of cycling heaven to me.
This original Tuscany art print is an homage to one of the most beautiful and scenic regions in Italy, and a favorite European destination of cyclists worldwide.
Wisconsin Bike Fed
Original Cycling Poster
With offices in Madison and Milwaukee, the Wisconsin Bike Federation is dedicated to making the state a better place to live by making it a better place to bike. Through state and local programs, WBF reaches out to bicycle riders of all types, including road, MTB, touring, track, families and many more. Their efforts make the roads and bike paths of Wisconsin safer for cyclists of any caliber.
I personally spend most of my time riding the southeast quarter of Wisconsin. Wide open farms, big rolling hills and some challenging climbs are everywhere.
This poster was designed to help the Wisconsin Bike Federation raise funds and create awareness of their programs. You can learn more about the WBF at bfw.org
Alberto Contador Bicycle Poster
With his return to cycling, Alberto Contador once again continues to defy gravity as his bike falls away to earth and he soars like a condor in the mountain passes. This Alberto Contador bicycle poster shows that “El Pistolero” (the Gunman) is back in the business of winning and taking no prisoners.
Original Bicycle Print
Famous for its 21 twisting hairpin switchbacks, the climb to Alpe d’Huez from Bourg d’Oisans has been a favorite among cyclists for many years. Making its debut in the 1952 Tour de France, this beast of a climb will continue to test the legs and lungs of tour riders for many years to come.
Original Cycling Poster
The famed climb to the summit of Mont Ventoux has been a part of the Tour de France since the beginning, and featured again in 2013 for the 100th edition of the race. Known as the infamous “Moonscape,” Michael’s cycling poster commemorated the return of the classic climb to the centennial edition of the tour.
Didi Senft Bicycle Print
Since 1993 Dieter “Didi” Senft has been showing up to key stages of the Tour de France and pushing his champions onward. Dressed in his famous devil costume, Didi is known as “El Diablo.” Any fan of the tour has seen Didi in action and will again, and this bicycle print is an homage to his devilish antics on the sidelines.
2013 Tour de France Poster
2013 marked the 100th anniversary of the Tour de France. The race began in Corsica on June 29, and riders pedaled around France, with the race culminating in Paris on July 21.
The art for this cycling poster shows the yellow jersey rider surrounded by his dedicated teammates, and was originally designed by Michael for the Velo Magazine 2013 Tour de France Issue.