Master of the Offroad Image

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Steve Behr is a legend in his own lifetime, one of the greats of cycling photography. Steve has kindly given us access to some of his favourite images, and talks us through them.

Whether you’re an MTB fan or not, these are a delight. Enjoy. Continue reading Master of the Offroad Image

CYCLING PHOTOGRAPHER: KAYTI PESCHKE

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Kayti is a professional fashion photographer who works internationally and is based in the UK. She has an extensive portfolio ranging from commercial work with large publications to some rather beautiful cycling photography… and she’s also the studio photographer for Vulpine. Continue reading CYCLING PHOTOGRAPHER: KAYTI PESCHKE

MEN’S OLYMPIC ROAD RACE PHOTOGRAPHY

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Images from the Men’s Olympic Road Race on Vulpine’s local roads. One amazing day. Hopefully this gives a sense of just how exciting it was to be there. Continue reading MEN’S OLYMPIC ROAD RACE PHOTOGRAPHY

WE RIDE THE OLYMPIC ROAD RACE ROUTE WITH CYCLING PLUS

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Back in December, RUTH BROOKER and I went on a ride. It was about 2c, dark, and the snow was still lingering. It was great! We rode the olympic road race route up Box Hill, boxhill. Continue reading WE RIDE THE OLYMPIC ROAD RACE ROUTE WITH CYCLING PLUS

GUEST BLOG, GUY COLLIER: MY BEST FRIEND ROB

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Guy is a someone I met in threw last year through cycling and a shared love of photography. He is a not your usual professional wedding photographer and I’ve been nagging him to do some cycling photos, as he is able to record the intimate and emotive, and I think cycling often lacks that point of view. It must also be good for the heart to combine what you’re best at and what you love. I’m glad he’s done this and I hope he does more. Continue reading GUEST BLOG, GUY COLLIER: MY BEST FRIEND ROB