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ATG2. Slovenia, a cycling paradise to be discovered

ATG2. Slovenia, a cycling paradise to be discovered

Choose a destination, select fifteen riders, set dates, buy flights, coordinate transfers, book hotels, find routes, find the best mountain passes and the most remote roads, decide km and gradients, organize breakfast, lunch and dinner, plan shootings, pack and make sure you do not forget anything… Hours and hours of dedication, meetings, nerves and headaches,...
United Crews. Chapter II: Terrassa – Delta de l'Ebre

United Crews. Chapter II: Terrassa – Delta de l’Ebre

The good feelings that the first edition of the United Crews Journeys left us, which we rode 230 km on our fixed gear bikes along the Costa Brava until the Cap de Creus, the northernmost part of Catalonia, gave cause for organizing a few months later a new expedition. This time was the turn to...
Behind the camera of Björn Lexius

Behind the camera of Björn Lexius

Who’s Björn Lexius? Björn’s a strange guy I guess. I know him since 1977. Besides photography and cycling he’s in love with vegan food, punk rock / hard core music and travelling. He loves to explore the world. Oh, right, he’s living in one of the best cities in Germany, Hamburg. Ah, forget about it,...
United Crews. Chapter I: Terrassa - Cap de Creus

United Crews. Chapter I: Terrassa – Cap de Creus

Since the beginning of the RAW’s adventure we have created a bond, some in house, others nearby and some others occasionally at 6.000 km; and as a result, we need to do something that could put together a part of those bonds, something great, unpretentious but big, and thus was born the idea that we...
Paris – Roubaix 2015 by Pedalea o Revienta

Paris – Roubaix 2015 by Pedalea o Revienta

We already know for a long time the challenge of the Pedalea o Revienta guys set for this year, one of the five classic road race known as “Monuments”, the famous and rough Paris – Roubaix (L’Enfer du nord). The extreme hardness of the terrain and be the race with the most kilometers of cobblestones...
Pista Barcelona: a revolution to the local track cycling

Pista Barcelona: a revolution to the local track cycling

Long ago that we want to write this article and as RAW Cycling Magazine and cycling enthusiasts, we had a pending appointment with the club more representative of our city, the Pista Barcelona club. Some of us as members of this club, we have lived through since close its beginnings, its history and the evolution...
Berlin calling!

Berlin calling!

Rad Race – Last man standing We have enough racing behind us, we have seen races of all kinds but, what we experience (one year more) during the Last man standing of Rad Race in Berlin, is hard to feel it in another place. We could say that it is the race where is measured...
Pedalea o Revienta: Preparing Paris-Roubaix

Pedalea o Revienta: Preparing Paris-Roubaix

Next stop: cyclo-masochism! Paris-Roubaix by fixed gear is the fate of the new adventure that the most bizarre pedal gang wants to achieve. You didn’t know what is the Paris-Roubaix? For many cyclists is considered as world heritage. This race, all passionate of bikes bound to see at least once in life and that many...
1103 - Bon Courage, by Constantin Gerlach

1103 – Bon Courage, by Constantin Gerlach

1103 – Bon Courage is the photographic documentation of the adventurous journey of Constantin Gerlach, from Brest to Dieppe. Along the French coast, unsupported, over 1,103 km and 8,500m of climbing in 12 days on a track bike. We don’t need to introduce Costantin, but for those who don’t know he’s such great photographer with...
Dosnoventa presents: Stuttgart and Edinburgh

Dosnoventa presents: Stuttgart and Edinburgh

Many of riders today have a bad habit of cataloging the quality of a bicycle based primarily on the material which the frame has been manufactured and unfortunately, steel usually occupies the lowest rung in the most common materials. This situation is about to change, is that some brands have endeavored to revolutionize the market...
Rolling Habits: Tour d'Afrique

Rolling Habits: Tour d’Afrique

There are people who are not satisfied, who the conventional or how easy is not part of his life. Some time ago we told you the story of Rolling Habits, the alter ego of our friend Sergio de Arrola who a bit more than one month ago presented us his book USA part 01, where...
Rookies of the year: Tim Ceresa

Rookies of the year: Tim Ceresa

Rookie:  Anglo-Saxon term that describes a person in his or her first year of a sport, someone who is new to a profession, training or activity. Continuing our particular set of rookies of the year now is the turn of Tim Ceresa, a young French who started the season doing a great result in the National...