Cycling Souvenirs supply cycling related souvenirs and gifts to customers around the world. I'm a keen cyclist so understand the kind of things that appeal to cyclists. My current range of replica road markers,ceramic mugs and espresso cups are inspired by trips to the continent for sportives, races and holidays.
Cycling Souvenirs is a trading name of Altitude CS Ltd, registered in England and Wales, registration number 8339240.
Above (L): taking lunch on top of Passo Rolle in the Dolomites, not an especially hard climb but the grandeur and beauty of the scenery make the climb unforgettable.
Above (R): on top of Mont Ventoux in 2007; a legendary climb with a breathtaking descent.
Above (L): at the end of the 2009 Gran Fondo Pinarello; a fantastic, classy event full of bling bikes. The event in this year was run through the Prosecco hills and over the incredible Passo San Boldo (180 degree switchbacks in tunnels), they even through in some strade bianchi for fun.
Above (R): at the Duo Normand, a unique end of season 2up TT in Northern France where you ride on the same course as the pro's so you get the start ramp and grand stand finish. Brilliant fun and probably the best TT in the world.
Above (L): on top of the Galibier on a pre-Marmotte recon.......simply awesome.
Above (R): In Briancon with some mates on our way back from the Izoard.
Above (L): on the Col de la Pierre St Martin warming up the day before the Quebrantahuesos sportive in the pyrenees.....a great event
Above (R): climbing Passo Duran in the Dolomites, 10% for 10km isn't easy for us 90kg'ers.
Above (L): My old Specialized (stolen in Qatar if anyone see's it around!) being guarded by a donkey on my favourite climb: Monte Grappa.
Above (R): Summer in the Pyrenees and it snowed in top of the Col du Tourmalet