1. K-I-T-T-E-L Time at Le Tour. 

  2. Before and after portrait from last weekends In Velo Veritas. 210 km on a vintage bike leave their marks. 

  3. Images from yesterdays EPIC vintage ride at In Velo Veritas. Think L’Eroica happening in one of Austrias most beautiful landscapes of the Weinviertel. The 210km route did take us from Korneuburg up north just into the Czech Republic and via the stunning windmill of Retz back to Korneuburg. Rolling Hills, vintage bikes and clothing, tasty food stops with plenty of white wine and local specialities and really moderate cycling weather. 

  4. Nice based bike brand Café du Cycliste launches bike route guide to their home turf.

    Our philosophy is to bring a bit of the Côte d’Azur to everyone, wherever they happen to be riding their bike. But we also want to share the joys of riding in our own back-yard playground with all the cyclists who make the trip here

    The new Rides page is a detailed guide to the area, showing some of our favorite routes along the Côte d’Azur and into the mountains that rise steeply from the Mediterranean.

    There’s something to suit everyone – from flat rides on the coastal bike path, to hilly excursions with great views out over Cannes and the sea, to real tests of endurance and willpower in the high snowy southern Alps.

    Come and explore the roads around Nice, hang out on the beach or go pro-spotting in Monaco. There are coffee stops, bike shops and other attractions too – be our guest!”

  5. Impressions from Giro d’Italia 2014 Stage 21 Trieste

    Italian flags were on discount, everyone wanted a yellow, blue, red one.

  6. Radcore @ Rapha Gentlemen’s Race Bavaria 2014 

    "From this day to the ending of the world,
    But we in it shall be remember’d;
    We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
    For he to-day that sheds his blood with me, shall always be my brother.” 
    William Shakespeare, Henry V

    Write-up about the Gents Race can be found here.

  7. Sad to hear yesterdays news that Niels Albert is retiring from cyclocross because of cardiac dysrhythmia reports HLN.be. This great sport has truly lost its prince. Thanks Niels Albert for all what you done for this sport. Best of luck for your new life Niels!

  8. Besides Olmo, Colnago and De Rosa, Cinelli is probably my most favorite bicycle logo design.

    Learn more? Visit this great collection of bicycle logo designs here. 

  9. Some rides are hard. Some are easy. Celebrate them all!

    To get your celebration going you can pre-order the Race Happy Jerseys™ over at the Le Rouleur Lent shop.

  10. Over at Le Rouleur Lent we compiled a handy guide for what to do and where to hang out whilst you are in Belfast for the Giro.

  11. T-3 until the fight for pink will be on again. #cantwait

  12. Can’t wait for the Panda champ to rise again this Sunday at the Monument of Liege-Bastogne-Liege. 

  13. youcantbuyland:

    It’s the Wednesday (Grimpeur) Worlds today

    (Source: biciclista)

  14. Coming soon! Full review of the Limar Ultralight+ helmet and the Limar OF10 eyewear.

    (Source: limar.com)

  15. At the Crossroads

    The spectators and racers of Paris Roubaix 2014 at Carrefour de L’Arbre.