Manual For Speed

We recently received an email from Liam at Manual for Speed, a cycling website full of photos, videos and stories all of which, either directly or indirectly, illustrate the pursuit of speed.

Essentially, it’s a photo heavy behind-the-scenes look at pro cycling throughout an entire season. They follow Team Exergy all year and Garmin Cervelo at the classics. Which highlights an interesting contrast between the two – rookie pro team vs super pro team.

We have been informed that more chapters go live over the next few weeks, so keep the link saved!

They are also doing a new promotion for the first few readers who sign up for our newsletters, they will be putting together a give-away of a print from the series.

The photography on the site is excellent, here are a few of our favourite shots.

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