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Froome versus Merckx

June 10, 2019 0 Comments

Team Sky now Team Ineos, didn’t throw Froome under the bus last year but they did make him go and sit at the back. Allowing Geraint Thomas his moment in the sun. A just reward for all the support he has given over the years, but this year is another story. 

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Team Sky have lost the crowd

June 08, 2018 0 Comments

In their relentless pursuit of success only in terms of numbers, races won, Grand Tours won, Team Sky have lost the crowd. Ever since they threw Bradley Wiggins under the bus after winning the Tour de France in favour of Froome...

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Shooting the Tour 5

December 31, 2017 0 Comments

It's ironic that the sport of cycling, especially stage races like the Tour de France, is one of the fastest moving of all sports yet requires its fans to sit still in the same place for hours, days, or even a week, just to catch a glimpse of the action

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Shooting the Tour 4

November 03, 2017 0 Comments

The Tour organisers quite obviously hadn't taken my needs into account at all when deciding on the route for the 2017 Tour de France. The Col du Galibier didn't disappoint, but the Col de la Grand Colombier was a different matter.

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Shooting the Tour 3

June 27, 2017 0 Comments

5000km in 9 12-18 hour days, with one rest day and one overnight drive. 8 stages covered. A couple of million hairpin bends. More than 35 Cols ascended or descended. 
2 mountain thunderstorms. Temperatures up to 36+ degrees in June.

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Shooting the Tour 2

Shooting the Tour 2

June 02, 2017 0 Comments

The Recce. A "recce" is a filmmaking term derived from the word reconnaissance or reconnoitre. "Doing a recce" as it is known is usually the fun part. It's hard work, but there's no pressure. Except this is a bike race, covering 3519 km. in 21 days, that moves so fast if you blink you will miss it.

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Cycling Photography by davidt. Shooting the Tour de France

Shooting The Tour de France

May 08, 2017 0 Comments

I did apply for one of the Tour motorcycles but they haven't got back to me yet. They must be very busy. Oh yes, and did I mention I'm also moving house? The week before the departure date for France. Well, really? What could possibly go wrong?
I will keep you posted...

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How to Win the Madison

How to Win the Madison

December 30, 2016 0 Comments

Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish are the current World Madison Champions. No surprise there, these days we expect nothing less. The question is how do you win the Madison? You win it by gaining laps on the other teams, so how do you gain a lap on a large track such as London?

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Cycling Photography

October 11, 2016 0 Comments

It's notoriously difficult to take pictures of cycling, especially road cycling. Sports photography generally isn't easy, but cycling photography can be a real problem. This is mainly due to the fact your subject matter will just not keep still 

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The Trickle Down Effect

The Trickle Down Effect

August 18, 2016 0 Comments

There has been a lot of talk about the legacy from the London 2012 Olympics. Much has been said about the drop-off rates at various sports clubs and organisations, but if you are looking to understand the effect TeamGB's Olympic cycling team 

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Free Print Give-a-Way

August 11, 2016 0 Comments

For the month of November, we are giving away two cycling fine art photography prints free to two lucky collectors with the approximate value of £195 each. To be in with a chance of winning one of these two beautiful signed limited edition prints simply sign up for the newsletter 

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A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life

January 28, 2016 0 Comments

Universities and college courses can never prepare you for the life of a location photographer let alone a war photographer. All the degrees and well-presented portfolios in the world mean nothing once you get out into the big wide world 

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