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A cyclist print is a great addition to any cycling lover’s home, pain cave or office. This unique poster is available as an A3 print on thick matte 250gsm paper that will look great framed. This cycling art will remind you of all the reasons why you love riding your bike and encourage you to get out there, even on rainy days!

This is a great print for cycling fans and will make a great gift for a fellow rider. This fun bicycle design features all the parts of a bike from the handlebars to the frame and everything in between. The coloured dots represent each part of the bicycle and will look fantastic in any room. The text in the bottom left of the print says “Life is too short to waste on bad rides” – perfect for any cyclist!

The Giro d’Italia may have the most colourful jerseys of all of the Grand Tours, but the Vuelta a Espana has its own special colours too. This stunning cycling art poster is a beautiful reminder of the gruelling mountains and searing Spanish weather that makes victory all the sweeter. This poster is handmade in the UK by Yellow Club Cycling on Etsy and comes in A4, A3 and A2 sizes.

Whether you’re looking for a unique cycling gift or a stylish piece of wall art, there is a huge range of products on offer. There are gallery quality framed prints, canvas prints, metal prints and art boards. Many of the cycling artwork designs are bespoke and can be personalised for you or your favourite cyclist.

One of the latest trends in cycling is 3D printing, and there are some incredible designs to be found. While most are rogue and unofficial, some manufacturers are pushing the boundaries of what is technically possible with bikes. This elastomeric lattice structure from Specialized is other-worldly, and they claim that it’s a good fit for their new X-Static material.

There’s no doubt that this type of technology has a future in the bike industry, but it’s not just for high-end racing bikes. The benefits of 3D printing for components like seatposts and stems are clear to see. Traditionally, frame makers use subtractive methods to cut down tubing to the required length, but additive processes can reduce the amount of material wasted. This is a huge benefit for the environment, but it will also reduce costs as less material is required to create a frame of a certain size. This is clearly evident in the stunning new X-Static models from Specialized. Pound for pound, the X-Static is lighter and stiffer than traditional carbon composites. This innovation could lead to lower prices for all cyclists, and a new generation of bikes that are as beautiful as they are functional.


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