Adding some cycling artwork to your home or office is a great way to show off your love of the sport. Whether you’re a fan of classic cycling paintings or more modern designs, we’ve got something for everyone.
This cyclist print depicts a stunning view of Alpe d’Huez – the iconic mountain that features in so many of the world’s most famous bike races. Designed by Michael Valenti, a talented artist who works both in his studio and on location at events to capture the spirit of cycling races. His style is beautiful, almost classical newspaper cartoon-esque at times.You can also buy a poster version of this image that’s the perfect size for framing. It’s a great addition to any home or pain cave, showing your love for the sport and a reminder of why you cycle.For those who don’t have wall space to dedicate to a cycling print, this metal bicycle sculpture is a great option. It’s an impressive piece that looks great in the centre of a room, flanked by some framed cycling prints.The latest trend in cycling art is 3D printing, a process that allows designers to produce complex shapes without the need for moulds. The resulting products are often lighter and more durable than traditional manufacturing techniques.One such example is the Mythos Elix stem, the first commercially available 3D-printed stem. Unlike other printed components that are made of plastic, this product is made of a lightweight, high-performance alloy called Scalmalloy (a mix of aluminium, magnesium and scandium). The alloy is strong enough to be used on a production bike and the stem is even available with a carbon fibre core for added performance.Another cool piece of cycling art is this graphic map of the Tour de France route, featuring notable markers and the distance and elevation of the climbs. It’s a super-stylised design that would look fantastic hung in a cycling home or office and can be personalised, making it the perfect gift for a loved one who’s a lifelong fan of the sport.There’s also a more traditional map of the Giro d’Italia route, this time from 1914. The race was just the 12th edition at that point and saw Belgian cyclist Philippe Thys win after 5,380 kilometres over 15 stages. You can order this vintage cycling map for your home or pain cave from Yellow Club Cycling’s etsy shop for PS28, and it’s also available as A3 or A2 cycling posters.Another example of cycling art meets fashion is this pair of cufflinks or pendant, which are hand-made and cast from solid sterling silver. They’re a subtle way to show your love of the sport, especially if you’re wearing them at work or for an event. They’d also make a great gift for any cycling enthusiast, especially someone who regularly rides long distances and loves to take in the scenery. You can also personalise them with a name, date or phrase of your choice.