Seven in the Series. Winter cycling for me is all about slowing down and embracing the world around me. Much of which is covered in snow or frozen still. I ride in the open landscapes of the midwestern states north of Chicago on the Wisconsin line. Filled with farms at rest and wooded trails I’m grateful for the times I can get outside.
This series was created by dragging paint across the paper without a brush and then pen and ink details.
Original Cycling Art | 18×12 inches | Watercolor Paper | Acrylic painting with pen and ink
The 2013 Tour de France celebrated the anniversary of the 100th edition of the famed race. Starting in Corsica on June 29 and winding its way around the French mainland, riders arrived in Paris on July 21.
The art in this cycling poster features riders of the tour circling the Eiffel Tower and was originally designed for Velo Magazine’sTour de France Issue 2013.
Now you can create your own Custom Gift Set of bicycle posters. You pick the cycling prints you want by selecting in the drop down menus and when you’re done, add them to your cart.
Each Fine Art Giclée print is on 315 gram Velvet finished paper and fits in a standard 11×14 inch frame. The print set comes safely placed in a protective plastic sleeve. All ready for you to wrap and give as the perfect gift.
The Custom Cycling Art Prints Set – share your passion for cycling at home or in your office.
This Cyclocross World Championships poster celebrated the return of the UCI competition to the Netherlands in 2014. Hoogerheide hosted the best of the best in CX, thus a little nod to windmills, clogs and rainbow colored wheels.
With snow-covered Alpine peaks and lush green valley floors, Switzerland sets a stunning backdrop for the Tour de Suisse pro cycling event. One can only wonder if cycling pristine roads between towering mountains can make you forget the pain your legs are in, even if only for a short while.
This art was originally created to help raise funds for Midwest Bike Share program, a not-for-profit organization bringing an inexpensive bike sharing program to the greater Milwaukee area.
The idea behind the image was inspired by the name, Bike Share. One of Michael’s very first concept sketches for this project turned out to be the winning design. A group of diverse bicycle riders all sharing one bike. Sometimes the most simple idea is the best one.
This bicycle art print is printed with a white border which sets it off for framing.
Famous for its 21 twisting hairpin switchbacks, the climb to Alpe d’Huez from Bourg d’Oisans has been a favorite among cyclists for many years. Making its debut in the 1952 Tour de France, this beast of a climb will continue to test the legs and lungs of tour riders for many years to come.
Liege–Bastogne–Liege — also known as “La Doyenne” — is the oldest of the classic races. This bicycle poster celebrates the legendary route that makes its way through the Ardennes region for a grueling 160 mile spring classic torture fest.