Keith Zeller

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Railing corners with fast dudes. Super fun night racing well above my level at Seward. #audicyclingteam @iamspecialized @castellicycling #oakleycycling #Stravaphotos #SWTarmacdisc #bicycling #wabikes #nwcycling #rideeverywhere #bikemonth #gopro

Longer days mean more time for evening spins. #machinesforfreedom 📷@tracylchandler

Have a great weekend y'all. We hope you get good and lost. #traildonkey #350woots

11 seriously strange things you didn’t know about Salvador Dali

“I don’t do drugs, I am drugs.”<p>Salvador Dali, Surrealist master and the quite possibly the most eccentric gentleman in history, would be celebrating …



Crit season is in full effect for @michael_lynn #mkisscrit #nvayrk 📸 @chiara_redaschi

It’s rare to come across a photo of Bartali I’ve never seen before. This one is incredible

It’s rare to come across a photo of Bartali I’ve never seen before. This one is incredible.

The painter who entered the fourth dimension

A 1954 painting by Salvador Dalí features a mysterious, four-dimensional ‘hypercube’. Fiona Macdonald finds out how maths fascinated the great Spanish painter.<p>When mathematician Thomas Banchoff received a message in 1975 asking him to contact Salvador Dalí, his colleague told him: “It’s either a …

Name these Giro climbs for a chance to win a cap signed by Ernesto Colnago. Link in profile above. #cycling #racing #rouleur #rouleurmag #giro #italia #colnago #climbing

"Life is too short for any man to hold bitterness in his heart." -Marshall "Major" Taylor #BikeMonth #GOAT

@marcelkittel signs in for his last day in the Maglia Rosa. Photo by Yuzuru Sunada for @pelotonmagazine presented by @polarglobal #ridewithconfidence

Colnago Super 73, images by


Laurel - Trackstand - Colnago


It’s Here

April means Belgium. July means France. And of course, May means Italy. We will be there soon to get a heaping serving of the Giro. Can't wait! (This is from the fantastic project we did with @thenoodleator and @iamspecialized earlier this spring - check out Bussana Vecchia if you get a chance)

Bike Month, means bike to work challenges. Take yours up a notch and search for some dirt! We call it #offroadtowork All month we'll be cruising around on the Urban Racer searching for new lines. Whatever you ride, we hope you do too! More to come! #urbanracer

#pelotonmeets “Cycling is a passion for me, but I also have a life. Life is not just about pedaling. You know, sometimes I get criticized for that. Some people think that I am not 100-percent professional because I joke around. But I need to have a balance between cycling and life, otherwise you lose your passion.” — @petosagan, from “An eye on greatness” by @jstartt, in peloton magazine #53, on newsstands now. // Image by Yuzuru Sunada #pelotonmagazine Subscribe at or get all issues at

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Tour de France, 1934

Tour de France, 1934.

#pelotonshorts The late Marco Pantani has been pilloried for doping, but he remains revered in Italy as a national hero—the swashbuckling Il Pirata, the fastest climber of his generation, a man whose life ended in tragedy. It was his aggressive climbing style that put Pantani into the maglia rosa at the1998 @GirodItalia (#giro), but going into the final time trial, with all the mountain stages completed, his lead over second-place Pavel Tonkov was only 88 seconds. In that Giro’s earlier TT, Pantani conceded 2:04 to the Russian over 40 kilometers. So how, the thinking went, would he manage to hold off Tonkov in the 34-kilometer stage 21 between Mendrisio and Lugano? As this image shows, Pantani was fully focused that day, making the turns at full gas and never losing sight of his goal. He placed third in the time trial, beating Tonkov, the 1996 Giro winner, by five seconds to clinch the title a month before he went on to complete the Giro-Tour de France double. [WORDS: JOHN WILCOCKSON; IMAGE: YUZURU SUNADA]


"I love encouraging other girls to try a new skill or tackle a scary feature/section, particularly on dirt. I was encouraged by other women and I pass that bravery along. Yes there's camaraderie in women's cycling! We're a giant train of telephone whispering words of encouragement, because often someone else out there will doubt you." – @nosleeptillbrookelyn @stravacycling // #notesfromtheroad 📷@tracylchandler

Good luck today to the @aventonbikes crew at @wolfpackhustle short line crit! Photo via @notmattlingo

Tom Simpson racing at Herne Hill in 1958

Tom Simpson racing at Herne Hill in 1958.

Team Dream

Team Dream Team<p>

Charles Bridge, Prague (by Roman Boed)

Zurich, Switzerland (by Mac Qin)

Zurich, Switzerland (by Mac Qin)

Almost done with our newest @stravacycling story on the @redhookcrit! The editing process has been a lot of fun, and I’m excited about th…

Almost done with our newest @stravacycling story on the @redhookcrit! The editing process has been a lot of fun, and I’m excited about the images we pulled together. I’m also excited to be done…so I can ride my bike guilt-free this weekend. Haha. :-) (at The ChainStay)


Eddy Merckx, 1973 Giro d'Italia<p>Eddy Merckx, Giro d'Italia, 1973