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The Tour 2023 – High Profile. Whatever you might be doing this summer, July generally means one thing in the bike racing calendar... All eyes are firmly set on France.
LOOK Cycle | Pedalling Innovation since 1983. At the forefront of innovation in cycling technology since 1983, LOOK Cycle began manufacturing frames and components for racing bikes in the 1950s. But it was in fact a skiing accident in 1960 that acted as the catalyst for the company’s innovations in pedal technology.
Les Moustachus en Vadrouille Three moustachioed friends set out on a cycling journey linking together 20 of the most beautiful villages in France. A celebration of heritage, style, and friendship.
Ventoux Times Two. Scenes from the road side of the Mont Ventoux on Stage 11 of the Tour de France 2021.
La Fournaise is how locals describe the high summer heat on the Riviera. But stifling heat need not stifle your riding, if you know how.
Marianne. She’s the face of the French Republic and she has taken many forms. From the revolution to the stamp to the Limited Edition Francine Bastille.
Riding With Purpose #2. Cycling the empty streets of Paris to deliver food to those in need, Sophie Gateau documents the capital city during the lockdown. See Sophie’s view from the saddle whilst riding with purpose, 'Pour Eux'.
École de Ski. Memories of slope style form inspiration for winter pieces but what was about those vintage years that made the alpine look so extraordinary?
Further's TDF Roots : "My wish is to create something that Henri Desgrange would have liked". Camille McMillan seeks to channel the spirit of the early Tour stages and give it a modern twist.
Lemon Farmers of the Col de la Madone. Jean-Claude used to race his bike on the very same slopes where he and Sylviane practice their métier producing the citrus jewels of the Côte d’Azur.
The Ariège. Cave drawings, gold, abandoned air craft and the holy grail. This is not a set from an Indiana Jones movie but rather, the wild Ariège.
Tour de Cannes. When filmmakers meet the cyclists of the Côté d’Azur, from the tapis rouge to the peloton.