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The Tour of Switzerland is one of the world's most beautiful stage-races, and the Julier Pass is one of its most stunning mountain passes. This poster shows the 2013 'Tour de Suisse' as it descends the Julier Pass on a stage to Bad Ragaz, with the peloton strung out as it drops away from the Alps to the valley below. 28 x 20"
The cobblestones of Orchies greet the famous Paris-Roubaix cycling Classic in April, 2013, with the peloton in fast pursuit of a small group of escapers. This poster, designed with a four-colour and black and white treatment, is an exact re-make of an Paris-Roubaix poster by Graham that featured the 1987 race, and which is now out of print. 28 x 20"
The 2013 Giro d'Italia encountered atrocious conditions in the Alps and Dolomites, yet incredibly a stage to the Col du Galibier went ahead as planned, despite the huge snowfalls overnight. In this stunning poster, designed with a blend of four colour and black and white, the peloton is climbing into France via the Colle del Montecenisio, with overnight snow swept aside to allow the colourful peloton safe passage up this spectacular mountain-pass. 28 x 20"
The 2013 Tour de France celebrated its 100th edition with a late-evening arrival into Paris where it circled the Arc de Triomphe just ahead of a setting sun. Chris Froome's Yellow Jersey is glowing as the peloton speeds around the famous monument. This is another poster designed with a blend of four-colour and black and white photography. 28 x 20"
Jesper Skibby topples to the ground on The Koppenberg in 1987, having been unable to keep momentum on the steep hill. He had been in a long escape, which is why the commissaire's car is behind him, believing Skibby would make it over the climb before the peloton got to him...