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The Long Road | RedWhite Apparel

"The Long Road" is a curation project by the RedWhite team to offer you a dynamic and ever evolving selection of photojournals & beautiful stories that capture the passion of cycling.

Wiggins & The Hull Open TT

Simone Warner put together this beautiful photojournal of Sir Bradley Wiggins hammering down the A63 at the Hull Open 10 mile TT. Enjoy!

Mick Murphy | The Last Convict of the Road

On the third stage of the 1958 Rás Tailteann - Ireland's famous road race - the stage leader and yellow jersey wearer Mick Murphy had a mechanical. His freewheel went and he came spluttering to a halt. Behind him, the Dublin team, one of the strongest teams in the race, seized the opportunity they'd been hoping for.

The Most Belgian Weekend Ever

So, Yes. All of this happened within a 48 hour period. After very little planning - and a drive across half the European continent, we somehow ended up in Ghent Belgium during the weekend of both the Ghent 6 day track event and the Koksijde World Cup Cyclocross race. Read More


L’Eroica is a cycling event that turns its back on the modern and opens its arms wide to to embrace vintage bikes, clothing and even roads. Set in beautiful Chianti (and in various other countries), this annual vintage event is a bike ride like non other. Enjoy!

Colle di Tenda - Alpine dirt roads on road bikes

Italian Bikes = good. Italian Bikes on Italian Alpine Roads = better. Enjoy this short film.

The Paris-Roubaix Espoirs (U-23) Photojournal

The Paris-Roubaix Espoirs (U-23 Paris Roubaix) was first run in 1967. Past winners inclue Stephen Roche & Taylor Phinney (who won it twice in a row). Enjoy this amazing photojournal by Thomas Maheux VIEW HERE

Greg Beliera - Copperopolis RR on Exposure

It's one of the toughest races in California. The course is hilly and long and on bad days can be very windy. The roads have never been repaved. Its brutal. Read More

Cycling across South Korea: Sokcho to Busan, Part 1

As the end of September rolled around a few weeks ago and Chuseok, Korea’s autumn harvest festival, celebrated during the fall equinox, grew closer, I counted down the days in anticipation. It was several weeks prior that my friend Themba told me I should join him and a couple of his mates for a ride cycling across South Korea from Sokcho Read More

King Of The Mountain

This is a film about how cycling has the power to unite the Hutus and Tutsis in a nation torn apart by genocide. Through the eyes of Samuel Mugisha of Team Rwanda. Watch Here

Roadtripping Malaysia | CyclingTips

The scenery was like nothing a European cyclist would ever see. Climbing amongst dense forest for well over 60km in Northern Malaysia READ MORE

Cyclocross | Three Peaks has a new Champ

Cyclocross Rider reports a new champion at arguably the toughest cross event in the world. 38km over 3 mountain passes, its certainly not for the weak. READ MORE


Northern India | The Wandering Nomads

Northern India | The Wandering Nomads

A beautiful world-travel-on bike Blog by Kevin and Shirine. Check out the Pictures

The Tragedy | Bicycling Magazine on Pantani

Angels are rarely champions, and champions are rarely Angels. It is the calm and the predatory and the brilliantly conniving and the consistent who win major races. But it is the Angels who make us forget the science of the sport.. Continue Reading | BICYCLING

Pure Fix Cycles | NYC Photojournal

Last time we saw our friend and photog Alen Palander, we were touring around Toronto. This time, Palander grabbed a couple of our bikes, a pair of close friends, and a DSLR to show us one of his favorite cities, New York. Full Photojournal Here

Paris-Brest-Paris | Photojournal by STRAVA X Ashley & Jered Gruber

Words and images: Jered and Ashley Gruber.

1,200 kilometers in a single go (well, close enough). The number boggles my mind. To do it today is hard to imagine, but things get hazier still when I think back to what the first edition back in 1891*** must have looked like. View Full Photojournal

Renegades of Fun

Singletrack passion bonds Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford and his dirt-slinging neighbor, Marshall Mullen. Enjoy Here!

The Epic Taiwan KOM Challenge | CyclingTips

For me, Taiwan isn't one of those places that springs to mind when picking out ideal cycling destinations. Due to sheer ignorance or stupidity on my behalf I'd always imagined Taiwan as a land jam-packed with industrial estates and high-rise buildings. Read Full Article

Video: Ashes to Aggasiz Iceland Segment |

Here's the beautifully shot Iceland segment from Sherpas Cinemas' "Ashes to Aggasiz" with Graham Agassiz and Matty Miles.Watch Video

Audax Alpine Classic

Earlier this year I worked with cycling club Audax Australia to capture a tilt-shift time-lapse of their event the Alpine Classic. Starting in the town of Bright 2,200 cyclists tackled several different courses of up to 250km which included ascents of Mount Buffalo, Mount Hotham, Falls Creek and Tawonga Gap.Original Link

HolyCrit KL | CRANK Magazine

HolyCrit is a crit series organized by a local bike shop, Fix Up Your Gear', Singapore. The idea was simple, create a race to nurture the local fixed gear scene, to bring young riders together and to inspire others to train hard and perhaps even compete in overseas crit races.Read more from CRANK Magazine

Ventoux | A Photojournal by Peter Drinkell

I spent 3 days around Mont-Ventoux with cycle travel company GPM10, the weather was great and the riding even better. They were hosting PWC and three Invictus games athletes. I love coming here as Ventoux is so unpredictable and always throws something into the mix, whether it is the 'mistral' and freezing winds or blazing sunshine to cook you on the exposed slopes up to the summit.View Photojournal

Tinkoff Saxo TTT | Richmond 2015

That's what true hard men are made of | Credits : Tinkoff-Saxo

MORTIROLO | A Photojournal by Ashley & Jered Gruber

Words and images by: Jered and Ashley GruberI wasn't sure about writing this preview. After all, the Mortirolo isn't the most beautiful of climbs. Would there be enough?Access Photojournal

Jens Voigt: Life after retirement

When Jens Voigt retired he thought he'd go fishing "five days out of 10" but has instead been traversing the globe as an ambassador and quasi philanthropist. Voigt flew to the Tour of California direct from Australia this month where he personally raised more than $12,000 for cancer charities at the annual Tour de Cure ride from Adelaide to Melbourne.Continue Reading

How they used to train: Eddy Merckx's chain gang - Cycling Weekly

He might have been the greatest male road racer ever, but in the late 1960s and early 1970s Eddy Merckx also built one of the best teams ever. So how did he prepare them to race?Read More