The Belgian Tango in five easy steps.

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How to Tango – Belgian Style

Step 1. The Tango is filled with danger and passion – no other cycling displays this more than cyclocross, Belgian Cyclocross! So we rough in the dancers.

 

 

Step 2. We don’t have a dance floor but the dancers need to be someplace – as they take form, so does the venue.

 

 

Step 3. But we need an audience, someone to dance for. The Belgian crowd, a huddled mass of wool and down clad passionate fans witness our dance.

 

 

Step 4. It’s clear now to see as the dancers are refined, the tangled legs and arms, the lifts and grabs, good versus bad. The passion to win.

 

 

Step 5. The final details pull the dance on this canvas together in a swirling, mess of a Belgian Tango.

 

 

If your passion is cyclocross, you can hang this large 72×48 inch painting in your home if you’d like. Just follow this link to see more details. SEE BELGIAN TANGO

 

Artist: Michael Valenti

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Michael Valenti is "The Veloist" - He is an avid cyclist and artist known for his Cycling Art work. Each year Michael chases the Pro Peloton at the Tour de France and other major cycling events. He is available for event and corporate cycling related projects as well as personal commissions for art.

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