One of the things I love most about cycling is that there is no shortage of mythical heroes, that take up the sword and slay dragons. We revere them, sing their praises and adore them. We pass on their stories to every generation that follows. Each with their own brand of individual super hero strengths. Each unique but in the end all of them the same.
They are the victors.
They offer us a glimpse of what is possible, even when the odds seem completely insurmountable. They deliver us hope on two wheels. Catapulting themselves beyond staggering odds and adversity with the grace and style of a gentleman. The tenacity of a wild boar and the charm of a playful elf.
I hope you agree.
Original Cycling Art | 60 x 48 inches | Stretched Canvas | Acrylic painting
This year the 2016 Tour de France will start in the shadow of Mont Saint Michel as it travels around the country for the month of July. This dramatic backdrop has been host to other Tour race days and no doubt will offer us breathtaking vistas of the peloton racing away from this historic location.
My vintage flavored drawing of this poster uses the Red, White and Blue of the French flag along with the “Maillot Jaune” – Yellow Jersey. Complete with goggles, a spare tire and of course a handlebar mustache our cyclist represents the romantic era of the Tour de France classic days of cycling.
This cycling art print comes in three sizes on high quality watercolor paper and will be rolled and shipped to you ready for framing.
The city that never sleeps is where we find our lone urban cyclist as he makes his way through the shadows of this imaginary NYC landscape. Lights sweep the skies as car head lights sweep the canyons to reveal our bike rider on his fixed gear machine.
With it’s focus on the night skyline in the Big Apple this image could grace the walls of any fan of cycling, or New York City.
The Italian Grand Tour first organized in 1909 is the first grand tour of the UCI professional season in Europe. Made famous by the likes of Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi where Italian riders dominated for the first forty years of the race.
The Italians love their annual race across the mountains and valleys of beautiful Italy. Cheering on the leaders and the man in the “Maglia Rosa” the Pink Jersey of the race leader.
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.
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Each Fine Art Giclée print is on 315 gram Velvet finished paper and fits in a standard 13×19 inch frame. The print set comes safely placed in a protective plastic sleeve. All ready for you to wrap and give as the perfect gift.
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