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NEW: ISSUE 18.6 NOW AVAILABLE

Cycling Photographs of the Year 2016: Marshall Kappel

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Now available as exclusive art prints, Cycling Photographer of the Year Marshall Kappel selects his favourite images from the 2016 WorldTour season.

Photographs: Marshall Kappel

The bleu blanc rouge contrails of La Patrouille de France herald the stunning Grand Départ of the 2016 Tour de France at Mont Saint-Michel.

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Luke Rowe testing the brutal cobbles of the Arenberg Forest on the Saturday afternoon before Sunday’s Hell.

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Crowds throng on the Col du Tourmalet for stage eight of the Tour de France.

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Above the clouds: leaving Escaldes-Engordany in Andorra over the 2408m Port d’Envalira.

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One of Paris-Roubaix’s luckier victims in the Velodrome de Roubaix.

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Lost. Somewhere in the Alps. 2016 Tour de France.

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After the storm: looking back on Mont Ventoux as the sun sets on the most eventful stage of the 2016 Tour de France.

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Peering through the bitter hail and wind on Andorra-Arcalis, the final climb on stage nine of the Tour.

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A long and lonely climb up the Madone d’Utelle, 2016 Paris-Nice.

 

Each one of these photographs is available as an individually hand-numbered exclusive print at the Rouleur shop.