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    Default Re: Iconic Bicycling Images: Storage Locker

    Maybe not as iconic as the previous one posted. Track cycling is less popular but these two of circled on the intarweb for a few years:

    Okunev from Russia doing a wall ride trying to avoid Baugé. Okunev inevitably crashed when returning to the track.



    And that amazing save by Baugé after the back of a Kevin Sireau falling catched and locked his rear wheel.





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    They do a better glue job on rear wheels lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sk_tle View Post

    As the kids say: BRAAAAAP!!
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    Anquetil (from Velonews/Horton collection)



     

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    the world is not solely asphalt

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    Pearl Pass, 1978.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repack Rider View Post
    Pearl Pass, 1978.

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    Picture of the decade.

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    The best thread ever. You can close the internet after this.
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    Hairpins on the other side of the Stelvio - Bormio side
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    I'm not sure it qualifies as 'iconic' but I love this pic.

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    Default Re: Iconic Bicycling Images: Storage Locker

    This one comes to mind...
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    1986, the Plumline 7500, 50 miles offroad with 7500 feet of climbing, reaching 11,000 feet elevation. A couple of miles in, the saddle fell off Cindy Whitehead's bike. "But still she persisted." And won.


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    Quote Originally Posted by monadnocky View Post

    Had some fun looking back at this thread. I have met GL twice and the second time this was the photo I asked him to sign.
     

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    A boatload of monument winners.
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    Found this in a Paris postcard shop years ago.
    I have met both of them but never dared to take the photo out and ask for a signature.
    Would have probably ruined a perfect evening and might have resulted in a right cross to the jaw.
    Still, I am curious what they might have written...
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    Awesome picture. "This Coke's for you".

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    Last edited by johnmdesigner; 4 Weeks Ago at 11:17 AM. Reason: add link
     

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    My favourite at the moment...

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    I think that I post this pair of pics during every TDF.
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    That kid with the visor. He looks like he is going to do something with his life.
    Dan Fuller, local bicycle enthusiast

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