A special livery for the African champion

    “I've always wanted to ride such a beautiful bicycle and I have finally realized my dream.”

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    Omar Di Felice after Antarctica Unlimited

    It’s hard to imagine Antarctica in its entirety. We can only truly appreciate its location by looking at a globe, because it truly is a World at the End of the World: a kind of imperceptible closeness between continents – South America, Africa and ...

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    Fans and cycling

    When you look at the routes of the Tour, the Giro, the Vuelta and every other race, however small, one wonders – as a famous journalist once did – whether the real performance in cycling is given by the cyclists or the fans, or both equally.

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    Marche trail vibes/memories

    Veronica Santandrea, known on social networks (and not only) as Cara Biga tells us of her incredible experience on the saddle of Adlar on the Marche Trail, a 400 km trail with an elevation gain of 8000 metres.

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    The bike, the medicine of the future

    The bike, the medicine of the future

    The spread of COVID-19 has suddenly triggered numerous debates on the very rapid spread of the pandemic and the enormous difficulties in managing the emergency.One of these possible aspects concerns prevention of the disease, but not related...
    16.04.20

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    The bicycle that unites

    The bicycle that unites

    The thought that bicycleand cycling has been one of the catalysts of shared sentiment is one of the base topics of journalism and cycling literature (and not only), but the causal links that led so many writers to develop them frequently have...
    08.04.20

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    Omar Di Felice on a gravel bike in the Gobi Desert tracks. Following in the footsteps of Marco Polo, Jules Verne and Roald Amudsen.

    Omar Di Felice on a gravel bike in the Gobi Desert tracks. Following in the footsteps of Marco Polo, Jules Verne and Roald Amudsen.

    The Gobi Desert is a childhood dream for people who devoured the books of JulesVerne and old encyclopaedias with images of nomadic desert peoples. The dream then becomes a desire to be the first to discover places that no one else has ever seen or,...
    06.04.20

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    Ivan Velasco: The marginalist bicycle

    Ivan Velasco: The marginalist bicycle

    Many cyclists are blown away when they try our new racing bike, especially if they have been riding racing bikes for a long time. They can’t believe what they feel: in terms of comfort, but also performance, what can simply be referred to as the...
    06.03.20