Paris-Roubaix ”Crush The Cobbles“ PrintSpeedyShark
The classic cobbles! Paris-Roubaix was inaugurated in 1896, making it one of the oldest bike races in the world. The cobbles of Roubaix hold a very special place in the history of bike racing in Europe, just like the French Alps or the Pyrenees, the pavé of Paris-Roubaix should be on every cyclist’s to do list.
Once you’ve ridden through the Arenberg Forest, you will have gained a whole new level of respect for Pro Riders, you will then fully appreciate the difficulty of riding this kind of surface, throw some rain into the occasion and then this really does come the “Hell Of The North”.
I was lucky enough to ride these cobbles in 2012 and met up with a couple of Pro riders who gave me some valuable tips to survive the training ride. They said “Ride smooth, stay relaxed on the bars and make sure you ride with maximum power and speed.”
Our fine art prints are created in our design studio using high quality printing methods which produce a fabulous depth of colour and ensure sharp detailing.
- Size: width 300mm x height 420mm (unframed).
- Suitable for framing.
- Fine art Giclée print.
- Printed on beautiful Italian 310gsm 100% cotton paper producing a unique texture and weight.
- We use pH neutral environmentally friendly archival ink.
- Original artwork illustration by artist Sara Ray.
- Print production takes between 10 - 12 days from point of order.
- Each print is hand signed by the artist on the back.
- All prints are professionally packed flat for delivery and never rolled up in cardboard tubes, therefore protecting the unique quality of our artwork.
- A striking and colourful gift idea for all cycling fans!
What Is Giclée Printing?
The word Giclée ("g-clay"), is derived from the French verb gicler meaning "to squirt or spray", Giclée, is used to describe a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve an inkjet print of superior archival quality, light fastness, stability and depth of colour.
Please note: We strive for a high degree of image accuracy. However, in some cases, the visual representation may be approximate, or print colours may vary from those displayed on your screen.
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