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Original Cycling Poster
One of the classic big climbs of the Tour de France, Mont Ventoux is beyond category and the battleground for many King of the Mountain show downs.
This cycling poster is an homage to the determination of riders who toil to ascend the legendary climb.
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.
TdF Eiffel Tower
2013 Tour de France Poster
The 2013 Tour de France celebrated the anniversary of the 100th edition of the famed race. Starting in Corsica on June 29 and winding its way around the French mainland, riders arrived in Paris on July 21.
The art in this cycling poster features riders of the tour circling the Eiffel Tower and was originally designed for Velo Magazine’s Tour de France Issue 2013.
2014 Cyclocross World Championships Poster
This Cyclocross World Championships poster celebrated the return of the UCI competition to the Netherlands in 2014. Hoogerheide hosted the best of the best in CX, thus a little nod to windmills, clogs and rainbow colored wheels.
Col du Tourmalet
Original Bicycle Print
Made famous in many Tour de France stages, the legendary Col du Tourmalet puts riders to the test year after year. As part of Stage 18, racing from Pau to Hautacam, this 145 kilometer stage turns violently upward 95 kilometers into the day. The Col is where true climbers and GC contenders have their final opportunity in the mountains to claim victory in Paris.
Michael’s Col du Tourmalet bicycle print celebrates the famous 2115 meter hors catégorie climb with old school style and grace. As our rider ascends into the clouds, we can only wonder what this grueling road must be like in the heat of competition.
Paris Roubaix 1896
Paris Roubaix Poster
The Paris Roubaix race first ran in 1896 and has been torturing cyclists ever since. It is known as “The Hell of the North” because of the difficult road and weather conditions that rage throughout the area. With cobblestone roads and wind-swept fields, this “Queen” of the Classics is an annual favorite among cycling fans everywhere, and a right of passage for any likely classics champion.
“I love Paris-Roubaix” – m
Tour de France Triomphe
2014 Tour de France Poster
Yorkshire to Paris
In 2014 the Tour de France began in the UK with its Grand Départ from Yorkshire, on to London across the Channel and French mainland, and ended in Paris.
On the final day of the Tour, riders raced on the Champs-Élysées and around the magnificent Arc de Triomphe before the final winners were crowned.
This original cycling poster shows the overall winner in the yellow jersey, the King of the Mountains in polka dots, the best sprinter in green, and the best young rider of the Tour in white.
Cyclocross Tabor CZE
2015 Cyclocross World Championships Poster
The cold. The wet. The fans. And the mud.
Always the mud.
We love cyclocross — its up close and personal. It’s loud, hard and fast. Cyclocross is about power and smarts, but mostly it’s about pain and hard work. Frozen, wet, covered in mud and tired we ride on to finish. We ride on to win.
This is my interpretation of how every rider we pass or that passes us – sticks with us. As we revel in the glory and the mud, and as we push ourselves outside the comfort zone.
Liege Bastogne Liege
Original Bicycle Poster
Liege–Bastogne–Liege — also known as “La Doyenne” — is the oldest of the classic races. This bicycle poster celebrates the legendary route that makes its way through the Ardennes region for a grueling 160 mile spring classic torture fest.
Mountain Bike Art
It seems to me if you were so inclined to take your nice clean bicycle out into the woods and ride around on dirt the best part would be going down the hills. At least that’s my point of view, being a true road rider and deathly afraid of slamming into trees and rocks.
Sporting the colors of the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships, our dirt jockey is shown in this mountain bike poster well off the back of his bike and hanging on for dear life. Just the way I’m told is the correct way to do it. Not that I ever would. Enjoy.