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As you probably already know, I’m a bit of a photography nut as well as a cycling nut. Combine the both and I go nuttier than a squirrel turd.
I’ve been a big fan of cycling photographer Timm Kölln for some time now. Timm is a regular contributor to Rouleur magazine and he’s been generous enough to send me a few of his most recent photographs to display on the top right corner of this blog (loads randomly everytime you refresh the page). He is shooting at the Giro right now and I’m stoked to see his photoset from the race. He does so much more than capture the race itself. He captures the pain, the suffering and the glory of the riders that make you feel like you’re part of it.
My favorite set of Timm’s is called “The Peloton“. If you’ve seen Road to Roubaix you’ll see a few interviews of Timm as well as some footage of him shooting part of this photoset. My CYCLING TIP of the day is to go to his site and check the rest of it out.