Archive for category classic races
Some old photos of the Tour de France of 1928 have just been added to Flickr by Numerius. Do you think goggles will make a comeback like caps?
and no cap in this one but it is excellent!
LA GAZZETTA DELLA BICI: A new goldmine from Peter Dreesens.
Check out the rest of the collection. Sport graphic design has never been better.
Congratulations Richard! Nice caps. I like the hint of French.
Today is the 2nd anniversary of Galstudio’s very first cycling cap sale. It’s hard to believe it’s two years ago. And, to celebrate we’re proud to introduce our ….new Paris-Roubaix Cycling Cap!
Cycling Art blog says:
My favorite race, Paris-Roubaix is this April 10th. I read that the organisers are turning this classic race, full on drama with five new cobble sections … I couldn’t be happier.
read more on Cycling Art Blog: Cobbles are coming….
A stylish black cap from Galstudio. I’ve been thinking about winter which is just around the corner and how I think I might go for a heavier wool cap for the commute. Something simple, stylish and not embarrassing to the wife and kids. I think this might be it…. now for the ’51 Giro jersey!
Richard says: I Thought about the 1951 Giro d’Italia and the black jersey.
This cap could go with the famous wearer of the black jersey!
Cleverly adapted for cycling but also stylish for walking about town,
this fashionable cycling cap is a must!
Fits perfectly on a 22″ to 23″ head
This cap is black with black stripe. Linen/Cotton.
This fabric is pre-washed to avoid further shrinkage.
Hand wash in cold soapy water & hang dry.
Proudly handmade in small batches in our Vancouver studio.
All items are made in a smoke free and pet free environment.
I am not a flipper. Seeing photos like this I think I should but why? Why flip? Is it like zipping up when crossing the finish line to highlight sponsors? Is there nothing about it, it’s just something done…. for no reason?
Do you flip? Are you a flipper?
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Richard and Guy are always hard at it… cycling or doing their vodcast that is. Great stuff and they love their caps!
Last night I watched the great BBC documentary on Tom Simpson – The Story of Tom Simpson. He was truly a talented, unique and genial cyclists of all time until his untimely death on Mont Ventoux during the 1967 Tour de France as a result of amphetamines, heat, alcohol, a stomach complaint and exhaustion.
He wore a cap well.
A trio of classic caps
Photo by Leigh Schilling and featured on the always excellent Cycling Tips blog.
The Melburn-Roubaix is a fun cycling event in the form of the scavenger hunt held in Melbourne, Australia. Now in it’s 5th year it’s going from strength to strenght with more and more participants every years.
Why not celebrate with a cap.