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Mountains: Epic Cycling Climbs

Mountains: Epic Cycling Climbs

  • This book celebrates the most awesome climbs
  • Essays from the pros who rode them
  • 190 superb Michael Blann pics

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Mountains: Epic Cycling Climbs

If your into climbing or love watching the pros summiting Alps at speeds you can only dream of, you'll love the 190 Michael Blann photos in this large format book.

  • This book is a keeper you'll go back to
  • 224 Pages
  • 190 Photographs
  • 30 essays from leading current and former professional cyclists including Romain Bardet, Greg LeMond, Stephen Roche, Geraint Thomas, Lizzie Armitstead, Robert Millar, Andy Hampsten and Ivan Basso
  • Hardback Cover
  • Size 25.5×30.5cm
  • Published September 2016

Publisher's blurb
Mountains: Epic Cycling Climbs, brings together a body of work by photographer Michael Blann into a luxury coffee table book. Photographed over a period of 3 years the work charts the most famous European climbs within the history of cycling. Using a high definition camera and often working from helicopters, the images demonstrate the beauty of these mountains, through all seasons and during the Grand Tours when the mountains and roads are transformed with the sights and sounds of millions of fans. Under pinning the work are essays from leading current and former professional cyclists including Romain Bardet, Greg LeMond, Stephen Roche, Geraint Thomas, Lizzie Armitstead, Robert Millar, Andy Hampsten, Ivan Basso, plus more, who recount their personal recollections and memories from within the pro peloton.'

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