Building this didn’t suck.  And it’s not ugly.

Oh my, well done.

Oh my, well done.

(Source: tomlive)

ridebyshooting:

Locked gate? You think that’ll stop me? On Friday I climbed Whitney Portal Road. 11 miles with about 4,200ft elevation gain. The part past the locked gate (which starts at the bottom of the road leading to first switchback) was the best bit. No cars! Just solitary suffering, with the occasional g’day to a hiker. Greta day on a bike.

ridebyshooting:

Locked gate? You think that’ll stop me? On Friday I climbed Whitney Portal Road. 11 miles with about 4,200ft elevation gain. The part past the locked gate (which starts at the bottom of the road leading to first switchback) was the best bit. No cars! Just solitary suffering, with the occasional g’day to a hiker. Greta day on a bike.

team-punch:

THIS

Boom.

team-punch:

THIS

Boom.

(Source: kevc)

cycleboredom:

One of my favorite shirts. Finally got one. @embrocycling x G&D mashup.

cycleboredom:

One of my favorite shirts. Finally got one. @embrocycling x G&D mashup.

cyclistthings:

Twitter Instagram Facebook Cyclistthings.com

vintagespeedbicycles:

luca, from VSB vintage speed bicycles

gios torino 1950’s late

bicyclestore:

The Spring Classic’s are a series of prestigious cycling races held each year within France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Dating back from as long ago as 1896, the races can be gruelling, long and very tough.  Steep climbs, 200 plus kilometer routes and infamous cobbled stones are among the elements the riders’ have to battle through to gain first place in these ‘monuments’ of the cycling calander. 
 
Here are five prints, all available in the Neil Stevens Print Shop here.
They are produced in two sizes. A3 (420 x 297 mm) and Large (500 x 700 mm).