Andrew Curry is a foreign correspondent living in Berlin. He covers science, history and culture for a variety of magazines, and cycling for Rouleur. In his free time he cycles the flatlands of eastern Germany, dreaming of the Alps, the Pyrenees and the mountains of his native California.
Ben Greenwood is having a rest from being a moderately successful professional cyclist. He works as a Talent Development Coach. His achievements include riding for Scotland despite not being Scottish, juggling while riding on the rollers, and requiring an ambulance in four different countries. He's never won any writing prizes, and doesn't expect to.
Graeme Fife is a full-time writer. He has written extensively for the radio - plays, stories, features, talks. He has also written some fourteen books ranging from historical studies, biography, autobiography (The Beautiful Machine), Tour de France, as well as articles on a variety of topics for national newspapers and magazines. He is currently working on a second novel.
Michael Breckon is the former team manager of the Canadian national cycling team. He has written about the sport since 1957. He has written for the Toronto Star, Montreal Gazette, Daily Telegraph, Cycling Weekly and Coureur magazine.
He still rides up to 5,000 miles a year and is currently working on An American Dream, the biography of Barry Harvey - a British track rider who went on to become a millionaire businessman in California.
Pedro Horrillo is a former professional cyclist and columnist for El Pais during the Grand Tours. He is the co-author of Amigo! (2013) and, among other accomplishments, achieved the world record of parachute jump from a bike without a parachute: May 2009, Culmine di San Pietro, 80 metres. It was not his intention and he does not recommend anyone to try and beat him.
Daniel Sharp is a Portland, Oregon based photographer. His work has appeared in magazines including Privateer, Rouleur and Bicycling and ad campaigns for brands like Nike, Nau, Giro, Bontrager, Cannondale, Google, and Chrome. He rides mountain bikes, road, and cross and has travelled extensively in the US, Europe, and Asia with his bikes. He lived in Bologna for three years and continues to return to Italy to cover the Giro d'Italia.
Jakob Kristian Sørensen has followed road cycling since he was four years old. Realising that he would never be able to keep pace with the pros, he decided to dig into their world with his camera. Jakob Kristian is a great lover, not least of Italian wine and French cigarettes.
Mike Chick is a Berlin based photographer, filmmaker and writer. His work has been widely published and exhibited. He is currently working on a major project in Eastern Germany and Poland. www.mikechick.com
Olaf Unverzart is an artist and photographer based in Munich. His work has been published in magazines and books worldwide. Currently he is finishing his latest book about the Alps, which will be published in 2014. Visit www.unverzart.de for more.
Paolo Ciaberta is an Italian freelance photographer, amateur cyclist and accordion player. He like pasta alla norma, Valpolicella wine and moka coffee. He is an unrepentant traveler. www.paolociaberta.eu