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Photographers

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
Bicycles
19.08.11
Resurrection
No messing here: the inner chainring is the beefier Record version with additional braces. The outer, however, has not escaped the pantographer’s deft touch. The GT logo can be seen clearly, and small, subtle grooves have been milled to shave grams without reducing rigidity. The “over the top” cable guide for the rear derailleur can also be seen which, despite being awkward to clean, did provide a smooth route for the inner wire.

Let's go back to a time when the appearance and efficiency of a bicycle mattered far more.

Bicycles
24.05.12
Tommasini

The master framebuilder at work. 

Racing
01.11.12
Give Them Enough Rope

Kimmage, McQuaid, Verbruggen and Armstrong explained.

Riders
26.04.13
Pantani

Colin O'Brien unravels modern cycling's great tragedy and meets a Pantani family in pain an

Riders
19.02.14
Gelato Excellent

Paolo Forniciari is, most definitely, a gregario, not a domestique, as Colin O'Brien explai

Racing
23.09.14
The Art of Time Trialling

Gear selection, aerodynamics, strategy, mindset: Dowsett, Phinney and Cummings on their

Bicycles
06.05.15
The making of a Campagnolo Ghibli wheel

Campagnolo's legendary disc wheel is made by one craftsman, Franco Rigolan.

Riders
22.05.15
Candles, maglia rosa, church, Madonna

Ag2r-La Mondiale's convalescing captain Domenico Pozzovivo explains why he's chosen this

Podcasts
26.05.15

Discussing Giorgia Bronzini, Reynolds wheels and the future of cycling photography, with