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classicvintagecycling: Vincenzo NibaliOne the favorites of Tour de France Vincenzo Nibali, on his bike in the / early (Shimano 600 brake levers)

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.

"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving" - Albert Einstein. “I thought of that while riding my bicycle” – Einstein on Relativity

El jovencito Nibali con B. Conte

Young Vincenzo Nibali with Biagio Conte

The Wall of Sormano, in the province of Como, Italy. Is  a road with such a legendary slope (experienced as virtually ‘vertical’ by cyclists) that it has been dubbed “Muro of Sormano”. Inserted by Vincenzo Torriani in the Giro di Lombardia in the 1960 – 1962 – in order to make the race, which he perceived as too ‘easy’, more challenging – the slope has since then become legendary for its toughness, forcing many champions to get off their bikes and continue on foot!

The Wall of Sormano, in the province of Como, Italy. Is a road with such a legendary slope (experienced as virtually ‘vertical’ by cyclists) that it has been dubbed “Muro of Sormano”.

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Via @lalizki.ed93: Miguel Indurain. #bici

Jan "Der Kaiser" Ullrich #heavyglare https://shop.heavyglare.com/activities/cycling-sunglasses/

Jan "Der Kaiser" Ullrich #heavyglare https://shop.heavyglare.com/activities/cycling-sunglasses/

someoneisalwaysfaster:    that feeling that you know you got it…  source:wouter roosenboom

someoneisalwaysfaster: “ that feeling that you know you got it… source:wouter roosenboom ”

Tour de France 1964- Pit stop

10 Iconic Photographs from the History of Le Tour de France - vol.

Tour de France 1911. 5^Tappa, 10 luglio. Chamonix > Grenoble. Col du Galibier. Émile Georget (1881-1960) primo a transitare in vetta

cadenced: “ Léon Georget climbing the Galibier in the 1909 Tour de France. The photo comes from L’Equipe’s Tour de France, 100 ans ”

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