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 Rouleur and the Po Delta

    The Rouleur and the Po Delta

    Being called a rouleur is not exactly a compliment, at least in the world of professional cycling: the rouleur is the first line of attack (or defense) in major races, who is bound to disappear when the finish line is in sight or when the road...
    06.12.19