roadworksco:

generalbikestore:

Amstel Gold Race 2014 HD - FINAL KILOMETERS

So awesome to see PG back to unleashing the burn… Phil and the Cauberg are old friends.

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Types of Gears

Types of Gears

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discoursesofthewithered:

70’s DURA ACE TRACK SERIES

discoursesofthewithered:

70’s DURA ACE TRACK SERIES

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stortstorts:

titsandtires:

Road Bike Party 2 - Martyn Ashton (by Global Cycling Network)

I can’t even

Mind blown for a second time. STRB

It’s been a while … always worth a re-blog!


stortstorts:

take me there!

stortstorts:

take me there!



laicepssieinna:

Thanks @carbon10speed for the unfair advantages. by j_selders http://ift.tt/1lnZPHUVive le Vélo

laicepssieinna:

Thanks @carbon10speed for the unfair advantages. by j_selders http://ift.tt/1lnZPHU
Vive le Vélo


mooiefietsen:

Grolsch

mooiefietsen:

Grolsch


mooiefietsen:

Croc

mooiefietsen:

Croc


thehandmadecyclist:

A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 21
1927 Theories abound about the untimely death of the celebrated rider Ottavio Bottechia.
He was found with his skull broken and his bike abandoned by the side of the road shortly before the Tour in 1927. As an outspoken socialist, it isclaimed he was becoming an embarrassment to the Fascist regime ruling Italy.
But the mystery was apparently solved when a farmer claimed on his deathbed he threw a rock at Bottechia for eating his grapes.
Curiously his brother was also killed near the same spot two years later.
Every day until the Grand Depart, we’ll be sharing 100 stories from the last 100 years, a design per day until the greatest show on earth begins. You can see the full set of stories, and purchase postcards and prints, at www.thehandmadecyclist.com

thehandmadecyclist:

A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 21

1927 Theories abound about the untimely death of the celebrated rider Ottavio Bottechia.

He was found with his skull broken and his bike abandoned by the side of the road shortly before the Tour in 1927. As an outspoken socialist, it is
claimed he was becoming an embarrassment to the Fascist regime ruling Italy.

But the mystery was apparently solved when a farmer claimed on his deathbed he threw a rock at Bottechia for eating his grapes.

Curiously his brother was also killed near the same spot two years later.

Every day until the Grand Depart, we’ll be sharing 100 stories from the last 100 years, a design per day until the greatest show on earth begins. You can see the full set of stories, and purchase postcards and prints, at www.thehandmadecyclist.com

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