This 12×18 inch Original Pen & Ink with watercolor drawing was created on location in Australia during the 2019 Tour Down Under. This was drawn during the new kit presentation at the Rapha Pop Up shop!
In May 2019, Ostend, Belgium will host the World Cup Para-Cycling Road races. I felt this subject needed a simple strong image that for many is a double take. At first glance not everyone will see the rider is actually the prosthetic. I am also very open to re-using this basic image idea on other Para-cycling posters if requested.
Ostend is a city on the Belgian coast. It’s known for its long beach and promenade. Docked in the marina, the Mercator is a 3-masted 1930s ship that now acts as a floating museum.
This print was commissioned by the Carten 100 Team to raise funds with an obvious connection in the rider with the tail and eye of the Welsh Dragon.
CARTEN100 is not a race, but a fun day out with more experienced riders helping and encouraging those who have less experience and confidence. Each year, riders return fitter and keener and on newer, better bikes but they bring their friends, family and work colleagues with them to enjoy the challenge.
From the outset of CARTEN100 the two main objectives of this fun cycle are to set an achievable challenge for novice riders to encourage them to become fit and enjoy cycling, and to raise money for good causes – almost ‘half a million pounds’ raised so far!
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Each Cycling Art Canvas print is on quality canvas and stretched on a wood frame with no staples showing. This is traditional Gallery Wrap stretched canvas framing for a clean edge and no additional frame if this is the look you want. Or it fits into a standard size open frame.