Black friday special
Authentic Signed Cycling Photos, Framed & Mounted Displays
Cycling has been a celebrated worldwide sport for centuries, with many people making a renowned career from cycling professionally, in many of the popular national and international tournaments. By far the biggest annual cycling event is the Tour de France, which is a three-week race that can attract over half a million spectators at the roadside every day held in July. This is a UCI World Tour event and cyclists from countries around the world flock to France to compete. In 2018, Geraint Thomas celebrated his Tour De France victory, beating Chris Froome who had previously won for three consecutive years beforehand. Bernard Hinault is another legend in the history of the Tour; gaining five general classifications in total (1978, 1979, 1981, 1982 and 1985).
Other Grand Tours include the Tour of Italy and the Tour of Spain, and currently Eddy Merckz is unequalled in his victories of eleven Grand Tours in total (five Tours de France, one Tour de Italy and a Tour of Spain).
Cycling is a major Olympic sport, and Chris Hoy, the first British athlete to win three gold medals in a single Olympic Games since 1908, is the second most decorated Olympic cyclist of all time, after scooping seven Olympic medals in total; six gold and one silver (2000, 2004, 2008, 2012).
Other cycling tournaments include the Tour de Yorkshire, the World Championships, Paris-Nice and the Tour de Romandie. Bradley Wiggins famously became the first and only person in history to win the Paris-Nice, the Tour de France and the Tour de Romandie in a single season, and the first cyclist to win the Tour de France and Olympic gold in the same year (2012).
Sportagraphs is unrivalled in our reputation as an industry leader for obtaining high-quality memorabilia with authentic signed autographs. We proudly host a wide selection of Cycling collectables including framed photographs featuring authentic autographs from the sport’s most notable people including: Bernard Hinault, Bradley Wiggins, Chris Hoy, Eddy Merckx, Geraint Thomas and more.