2014 What You Missed This Morning Photo Competition
December 23, 2014
The annual CyclingTips #WYMTM (What You Missed This Morning) photo competition is in its sixth year. What started out as an excuse to post some simple escapism photos has now become the most popular competition on the site (and beyond).
11 of the best Instagram hashtags for cyclists
November 27, 2014
If you use Instagram and you follow a lot of people that post about bikes and cycling, you might have noticed a handful of hashtags popping up again and again. In this post we pull together some of the most popular and useful cycling-related Instagram hashtags, providing great examples of each and explaining what they’re …
Mark Gunter – An inside view of photography at the Tour de France
July 19, 2014
In this post, Stefano Ferro, one of our “Ultimate Job” competition winners, catches up Australian professional photographer Mark Gunter to find out more about how he got into the business, what equipment he uses, and what it’s like to be working at the Tour de France.
Introducing ‘Moments of Le Tour’
July 2, 2014
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 …
Shooting the Spring Classics
April 17, 2014
We all have an appreciation for beautiful photography and Jered and Ashley Gruber are two of the best and most unique in the cycling business. We all see the finished product with perhaps an explanation of what it meant in the context of the race, but no photo will tell the true story behind getting …
What You Missed This Morning photo competition prize winners
January 10, 2014
Entries and voting are now closed in the CyclingTips What You Missed This Morning photo competition for 2013/14. We’re pleased to announce the winners and the terrific prizes they’ll take home.