The photographic works of Ben Ingham are something to behold. You may have seen his photographs before in Rouleur and he has worked for big brands like Rapha and Addidas. I urge you to take a look at his portfolio where you’ll see some wonderful galleries like Brooks factory or Fausto’s house. A favourite of mine is past riders.
Drops makes cycling wallpaper. You may think for the desktop but, drops makes wallpaper for the wall! That’s right cycling wallpaper by leading cycling photographers of iconic races, climbs and generally stunning images. All you have to do is find a wall, measure up, choose and image and order. Ok, you do have to put it up yourself but if you’re reasonable at wallpapering you can do this. … Read more
Erik Jonsson of the The 5th Floor has created a great website to showcase his photography of their road/track cycling adventures. Whether that be a group ride, local race or popping to the shops. The site already has some great snaps and serves as a nice inspiration board to get out on the bike. Go and take a look! buildriderinse.com
The great Manual for Speed have had an update and it’s looking dam classy. I hope most of you good people are checking it out. It’s an amazing visual documentary of pro-cycling right now. This year , Manual For Speed are focused on Alex Howes and Team Garmin-Sharp, Development (Colombian, American and Belgian), the Giro d’Italia, Domestic Racing, and Cyclocross. So if you’re looking for some inspiration or just … Read more
Set 2 of the photos from Bespoked Bristol 2013 including: Donhou, Feather, Tokyo Fixed, Tonic, Cherubim, Swallow, Paulus Quiros, Hobo, 14 bike co, Oak cycles, Colourbolt, Seven, Condor and Paul Components. See all 100 squillion photos after the read more (or on facebook).
We’ve got lots of photos to share with you from Bespoked Bristol. Head over to our facebook page to see Part 1 which includes: Superted, Moulton, Enigma, Café du Cycliste, Brooks, Sven, Faggin, The Bicycle Academy, Winter Bicycles, Vulpine and more. UPDATE: We’ve uploaded them all here too so hit read more and take a look!
Was strolling about the internet earlier and came across the work on Richard Baybutt and was particularly struck by his photography of a BMX/pump track in Sheffield called Bolehills. Richard has some impressive work on his blog and all, but I really like these empty space shots, showing ride lines and general open space detritus – it captures the mood of this place in it’s current state. From … Read more