Cycling Photographs of the Year 2016: Marshall Kappel

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Now available as exclusive art prints, Cycling Photographer of the Year Marshall Kappel selects his favourite images from the 2016 WorldTour season.

Photographs: Marshall Kappel

The bleu blanc rouge contrails of La Patrouille de France herald the stunning Grand Départ of the 2016 Tour de France at Mont Saint-Michel.


Luke Rowe testing the brutal cobbles of the Arenberg Forest on the Saturday afternoon before Sunday’s Hell.


Crowds throng on the Col du Tourmalet for stage eight of the Tour de France.


Above the clouds: leaving Escaldes-Engordany in Andorra over the 2408m Port d’Envalira.


One of Paris-Roubaix’s luckier victims in the Velodrome de Roubaix.


Lost. Somewhere in the Alps. 2016 Tour de France.


After the storm: looking back on Mont Ventoux as the sun sets on the most eventful stage of the 2016 Tour de France.


Peering through the bitter hail and wind on Andorra-Arcalis, the final climb on stage nine of the Tour.


A long and lonely climb up the Madone d’Utelle, 2016 Paris-Nice.


Each one of these photographs is available as an individually hand-numbered exclusive print at the Rouleur shop. 


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