Wout Van Aert has been ripping up the roads this entire season and it looks like he’s come to the Tour de France to do the same. As a strong man supporting Primoz Roglic, as a GC contender there looks to be no stopping him.
This work was created by drawing with pen and ink, then finishing with watercolors.
Original Cycling Art | 12×16 inches | Watercolor Paper | Pen with Ink and Watercolor
The city that never sleeps is where we find our lone urban cyclist as he makes his way through the shadows of this imaginary NYC landscape. Lights sweep the skies as car head lights sweep the canyons to reveal our bike rider on his fixed gear machine.
With it’s focus on the night skyline in the Big Apple this image could grace the walls of any fan of cycling, or New York City.
Every September UCI Pro Cyclists race around the beautiful country of Spain for three weeks. Inspired by the success of the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia, the Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain) is one of the most challenging stage races on the cycling calendar.
In this image we see the cyclist as matador playing the bull as the roses fall from the sky. The red cape of the matador matches the red jersey of the Vuelta leader.
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.
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games are here and the USA is making their sprint for Gold in cycling.
My newest art print pays homage to the famous statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, created by Polish-French sculptor Paul Landowski. The road cycling and time-trial hopes this year fall on the shoulders of Taylor Phinney and Brent Bookwalter, both experienced cyclist in pressure situations, both with great potential for gold.
This cycling art print is available in three sizes on high quality watercolor paper and will be rolled and shipped to you ready for framing.
Since 1993 Dieter “Didi” Senft has been showing up to key stages of the Tour de France and pushing his champions onward. Dressed in his famous devil costume, Didi is known as “El Diablo.” Any fan of the tour has seen Didi in action and will again, and this bicycle print is an homage to his devilish antics on the sidelines.
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.
Pearson Cycling is the oldest bicycle shop in the world. Established in 1860 by Thomas Pearson and is still in the capable hands of the Pearson family. The shop has two locations, the original cycle shop is in Sutton, with a newer shop in Sheen London.
My approach to this cycling art was a bit different than what I might usually do mostly because it gave me the opportunity to draw a Penny Farthing. I also created a “P” shape on the rider to make a nice connection back to the Pearson logo. But the color combinations was where I had the most fun and couldn’t land on just one set I liked best so I decided to finish all three making them available for you to select your favorite.