Kristof Ramon

Ten days after Demoitié’s death, what’s the latest on motorbike safety?

The Tour of Flanders is one of the toughest races in cycling, but that paled into insignificance when compared to what the Wanty-Groupe Gobert team endured on Monday. Attending a team-mate’s funeral was a brutal moment. It was a week after Antoine Demoitié was struck by a motorbike and killed in Gent-Wevelgem. Laying him to […]

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Photo gallery: 2016 men’s Tour of Flanders

  The fields and laneways of Flanders are beautiful at this time of year, especially when skies are blue and there’s no rain on the horizon. Throw in a couple hundred of the world’s best riders and large crowds and you’ve got ideal conditions for the world’s best cycling photographers to work their magic. Kristof […]

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A candid chat with a moto photographer: Antoine Demoitié’s death, and what happens next?

The tragic death of Antoine Demoitié caused feelings to run high. And, understandably so. That a 25 year old rider was killed in a sporting event seemed to be a massive waste, a life snuffed out when a motorbike hit him as he lay upon the ground. The Belgian rider’s crash in Gent-Wevelgem might otherwise […]

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The best of Kristof Ramon: season 2015 in 17 photos

We’re in the privileged position here at CyclingTips to be able to work with some of the very best cycling photographers in the world. Among them is the affable Belgian, Kristof Ramon. We asked Kristof to go through the many photos he took throughout the 2015 season and pick out a small selection of his […]

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A day with professional photographer Kristof Ramon

We take great pride in the fact we’re able to work with many of the best cycling photographers in the world and one of those talents is my good friend Kristof Ramon. Many of you will be familiar with Kristof’s work at CyclingTips, his unique style making his photography easily distinguishable. The photographers on the […]

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The 2015 Amstel Gold Race through the lens of Kristof Ramon

Here at CyclingTips we’re lucky to be able to work with some of the best cycling photographers in the world. It’s always a joy to pore over the dozens and dozens of photos that come our way after the big races, seeing the little details we missed while watching the coverage on TV. Belgian photographer […]

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Paris-Roubaix through the lens of Kristof Ramon

Few races on the WorldTour calendar capture the imagination quite like Paris-Roubaix. The culmination of several weeks of cobbled racing in Belgium and France, the ‘Hell of the North’ is an early-season target for many riders, a technical challenge for bike and equipment manufacturers and a captivating spectacle for fans of the sport. Where the […]

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Ronde van Vlaanderen through the lens of Kristof Ramon

Alexander Kristoff has quietly chalked up some impressive wins during his relatively young career including two Tour de France stage wins, Milan-San remo last season, and now added Ronde van Vlaanderen to his impressive palmares. The Norwegian Katusha rider reached the finish of De Ronde together with Niki Terpstra, and despite the Etixx-QuickStep rider opting not […]

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Photo gallery: 2015 men’s Gent-Wevelgem

Sunday’s Gent-Wevelgem made headlines not just because of Luca Paolini’s gutsy solo win — arguably the biggest victory of his career — but because of the horrendous conditions faced by the riders. Winds of up to 90km/h buffeted the riders as they covered the 240km from Deinze to Wevelgem via nine cobbled sectors. Team Sky’s […]

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Introducing ‘Moments of Le Tour’

Over the next three weeks, CyclingTips, in collaboration with Scott Bikes, is bringing you “Moments of Le Tour”, a daily, photo-driven perspective on the 101st Tour de France, focusing on IAM Cycling in their first visit to the great race. The collaboration will feature images from CyclingTips contributing photographers Jered & Ashley Gruber, and Kristof […]