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Procycling's racing photographs available online

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Cycling News
Published:
October 21, 2008, 0:00 BST,
Updated:
April 20, 2009, 21:55 BST
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Latest Cycling News, October 21, 2008

By Peter Cossins, Procycling Few would dispute that cycling is one of the most photogenic sports...

By Peter Cossins, Procycling

Few would dispute that cycling is one of the most photogenic sports around. Many would also claim – and I would certainly support them – that Procycling photographer Tim De Waele is currently the best snapper of pro racing shots around. And now, thanks to the opening of Procycling’s new picture gallery, cycling fans anywhere in the world can buy a huge range of Tim’s pics online and have them delivered within just a few days.

The Procycling picture gallery went live just after the end of the Tour de France and business is already brisk with fans buying both framed and unframed prints of the likes of Mark Cavendish, Carlos Sastre and Cadel Evans in action at the Tour. The gallery also features many of Tim’s spectacular scenic shots that often appear in the opening pages of Procycling in the Freezeframe section.

More sections are being added to the gallery all the time, including images from the Giro, the Beijing Olympics and the Vuelta. Also available are all of the Freezeframe images that have appeared in Procycling during 2008.

There are already dozens of prints in the gallery that would make a perfect birthday or Christmas present for any cycling fan, and more are going to be added at regular intervals. Look out for new sections covering the Worlds, as well as the best of the off-road action this winter.

To see the stunning images that are currently available in the Procycling gallery, go to www.bikeradarstore.com. If there any images you would like to see added to the gallery you can let us know by emailing Procycling here.

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