Archive for the ‘Trips’ Category

Form & Function: We talk to cycling’s hottest designer, Manuel Bottazzo

Friday, March 22nd, 2019

If you’re into road cycling, chances are that you’ve used something designed by Manuel Bottazzo. The Italian is one of the bike industry’s most respected, and prolific, designers, and over the course of a career almost three decades long, he’s worked on everything from grand tour-winning bikes and components to shoes and clothing.


A Dolomites photo diary

Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

If you’re a fan of inGamba, then you’re more than likely a fan of Scott Foreman. For the last five years, Foreman has been the visual genius behind our inspirational videos.


Shout out to the ladies

Thursday, March 7th, 2019

A few weeks ago, I was having a conversation with someone I’ve known through the span of my career in cycling and he asked me: “What do you think you’re best at?” Without too much of a pause, I replied: “I love building community and connections through cycling. I hope it’s something that people value, and that others would say I’m good at.” This Friday is International Women’s Day, and I’ve been thinking a bit more about that conversation in terms of the incredible community that I’ve found amongst other female cyclists.


What’s in my bag?

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

I own a travel company, so it won’t surprise you to learn than I spend a lot of time away from home. Packing efficiently is key if you travel a lot, and I stick to a few of my favorite items whenever I’m on the road. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style, once you prioritize quality and versatility.


SRAM goes 12-speed with new groupset

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

SRAM has just unveiled what the media is calling “the worst kept secret in cycling”. It’s 12-speed, it’s called SRAM AXS, and we are busily equipping all of our 2019 Pinarello F10 team bikes with it. We couldn’t be more excited.


Ten Dam’s Top Tips

Monday, February 4th, 2019

Laurens ten Dam is a top-10 finisher at the Tour de France and the Vuelta a España, and in 2017 he was the road captain for Tom Dumoulin’s historic Giro d’Italia victory. He’s also a big fan of camping, barbecue, and beer, so he knows a thing or two about creating a lifestyle that combines elite performance with plenty of fun. We caught up with him to learn more about the secret to his success and to grab some advice on balancing work and play. 


Poli Ponders Ventoux 25 years on

Monday, January 7th, 2019

“You’re right, Jim,” said Eros Poli, as we rounded another switchback into another blistering headwind. “This climb is stupido.” It was a vindication for my long-held theory that Mont Ventoux is in fact one of the stupidest climbs in all of professional cycling.