1. hbstache:

So this happened today…always a Roadie!

    hbstache:

    So this happened today…always a Roadie!

    Reblogged from: youcantbuyland
  2. classicvintagecycling:
    Reblogged from: littlehillsandcobbles
  3. Reblogged from: automotiveandlifestyle
  4. swissstash:

#Alpine #Renault

    swissstash:

    #Alpine #Renault

    Reblogged from: swissstash
  5. youcantbuyland:

velo_barteau’s photo on Instagraminstagram.com


#tbt The original Cinelli logo, created by Cino Cinelli and used up until 1979, consists principally of two elements: the “biscione” and the “giglio”, both traditional heraldic symbols. The “biscione” is the traditional symbol of Milan and can represent either a snake giving birth to a child which would draw on the most ancient symbols of the fertility of the land, or the more heraldic interpretation of a snake eating a baby; the snake which will then be killed by a Knight of the Visconti family, governors of Milan from 1277 to 1447. The “giglio” on the other hand is traditional crest of Florence, there is no certain known reason as to how this official image was born but it is thought that it is due to the florid abundance of flowers of the Iris Germanica type, from which the symbol draws inspiration, growing in the areas surrounding Florence . Cino Cinelli, being Tuscan but working in Milan, combined the two elements for his headbadge, traditional heraldic imagery at the time, being the most common point of inspiration for bicycle headbadges; a reference to the bicycle’s historical role as usurper of the horse. #cinelli #cinellihistory

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    youcantbuyland:

    velo_barteau’s photo on Instagram
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    #tbt The original Cinelli logo, created by Cino Cinelli and used up until 1979, consists principally of two elements: the “biscione” and the “giglio”, both traditional heraldic symbols. The “biscione” is the traditional symbol of Milan and can represent either a snake giving birth to a child which would draw on the most ancient symbols of the fertility of the land, or the more heraldic interpretation of a snake eating a baby; the snake which will then be killed by a Knight of the Visconti family, governors of Milan from 1277 to 1447. The “giglio” on the other hand is traditional crest of Florence, there is no certain known reason as to how this official image was born but it is thought that it is due to the florid abundance of flowers of the Iris Germanica type, from which the symbol draws inspiration, growing in the areas surrounding Florence . Cino Cinelli, being Tuscan but working in Milan, combined the two elements for his headbadge, traditional heraldic imagery at the time, being the most common point of inspiration for bicycle headbadges; a reference to the bicycle’s historical role as usurper of the horse. #cinelli #cinellihistory ^>^>^>

    Reblogged from: youcantbuyland
  6. urbnite:

Bialetti Moka Express
    Reblogged from: youcantbuyland
  7. Yes please!!

    Yes please!!

  8. youcantbuyland:

sprintingforsigns:

Il Lombardia by Angelo Giangregorio
I absolutely love Angelo’s photo’s. For a long time I thought he was a Pro photographer, and frankly his shots are as good as many of those that make their living from it. He lives, loves and breathes cycling, and is genuinely one of lifes good guys. Enjoy this photo stream, it’s beautiful, but fills me with guilt that I’ve not made it to this beautiful race that is Lombardia. Truly stunning stuff, enjoy.


This weekend, one of the best races closes an incredible season.

    youcantbuyland:

    sprintingforsigns:

    Il Lombardia by Angelo Giangregorio

    I absolutely love Angelo’s photo’s. For a long time I thought he was a Pro photographer, and frankly his shots are as good as many of those that make their living from it. He lives, loves and breathes cycling, and is genuinely one of lifes good guys. Enjoy this photo stream, it’s beautiful, but fills me with guilt that I’ve not made it to this beautiful race that is Lombardia. Truly stunning stuff, enjoy.

    This weekend, one of the best races closes an incredible season.

    Reblogged from: youcantbuyland
  9. thismachinekillscobbles:

    via Bike War

    Reblogged from: thismachinekillscobbles
  10. supeready:

Nicolas Geiser - mémoire vive, collage sur papier, 2004

    supeready:

    Nicolas Geiser - mémoire vive, collage sur papier, 2004

    Reblogged from: youcantbuyland
  11. cadenced:

Michael Valenti’s illustration of Eddy Merckx.
    Reblogged from: fabbricadellabici
  12. marco-panzerini:

Always great to be here on boat bridge /// #ticino #pontedellebarche #cinelli #columbustubes #cycling #roadbike #steelisreal #fuckyeah #september #irideenve #dsc (presso Ponte delle Barche - Bereguardo)

    marco-panzerini:

    Always great to be here on boat bridge /// #ticino #pontedellebarche #cinelli #columbustubes #cycling #roadbike #steelisreal #fuckyeah #september #irideenve #dsc (presso Ponte delle Barche - Bereguardo)

    Reblogged from: marco-panzerini
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