The Roubaix showers by Michael Blann; world renowned photographer, famous in the cycling world for Mountains, the culmination of a body of work depicting cycling’s greatest and most iconic climbs.
"To the passing observer, the Roubaix shower block which is located in a shabby municipal building adjacent to the Roubaix Velodrome would probably bring back bad memories of school PE classes and cold showers. To the informed racing cyclist these represent hallowed ground. After all this is where every great cyclist that has fought their way over the cobbled farm tracks of northern France in seek of victory in Paris-Roubaix has found themselves, post race, washing off the mud and grime in this brutalist concrete shower block."Learn More
The Col de Portet, not famous for great battles but instead for breaking new ground. The previously gravel surface was resurfaced for the 2018 Tour, making for one of the most striking shots from that year's race with fresh tarmac and a fresh landscape.
Paolo Martelli captures this wonderful landscape, for stage 12 of 21 in issue 19.4 of Rouleur, ironically a piece on littering in the high mountains.Learn More
- £60.00Marcus Marritt's depiction of the Passo Gavia under the snowfall - the iconic Alpine climb is a regular in the Giro D'Italia. Featured in issue 19.3 of Rouleur magazineLandmarks is the artistic theme for 2019, featuring the unforgettable places, venues and stages that have made cyclist history for decades. Learn More
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Featured in issue 18.2 of Rouleur, London design studio Conductor pay tribute to the master of the cobbles - Roger De Vlaeminck with this modern, clean A2 art print.
Cleverly, negative space has been used to form one of Roubaix's cobbles which De Vlaeminck would have tamed in his legendary four wins of Paris-Roubaix. Colours reference those of the Brooklyn Dreher team De Vlaeminck rode for in all of his Hell of the North victories.Learn More
Out of stock£60.00Spencer Wilson's Art Deco pastiche, featuring a viewpoint along Paris' most famous avenue as the Tour de France comes to a close. Featured in issue 19.5 of Rouleur magazineWilson says: "Combining my love of the Tour De France with the history of fashion, my print, ‘Paris' takes inspiration from Vogue magazine, the Champs-Élysées and the iconic jerseys of 'Le Tour' as they speed past the Arc De Triomphe"Landmarks is the artistic theme for 2019, featuring the unforgettable places, venues and stages that have made cyclist history for decades Learn More
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