Sports | Cycling

The Simes Family Story Is the Story of U.S. Bike Racing - Peloton Magazine

Jack Simes got his first real race bike—it was a chrome, fixed-gear Landini with 24-inch wheels and Continental tires—when he was only nine, perhaps too young to comprehend he was inheriting a rich family legacy yet old enough to appreciate the storie

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The Art of Cycling: Icons in Posters - Peloton Magazine

These posters represent the golden age of cycling artwork, from the late 1800s to the 1940s

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

PUNI: Italy’s Only Whiskey - Peloton Magazine

Italy is known for its contributions to food and drink. But only recently did the country get its first whiskey, from PUNI Distillery

Sports | Cycling

3 cool bits - Peloton Magazine

Litespeed Watia is ready for racing, bikepacking and everything in between. The Eddy Merckx Corsa Road is a TIG-welded Columbus Spirit HSS stainless-steel tubing. The Bombtrack Oxbridge Geared from Germany might just end our commuter search.

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Peloton X Explore Whitefish: Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park - Peloton Magazine

no visit to Whitefish would not be complete without riding the famed, Going to the Sun Road in nearby Glacier National Park

Sports | Cycling

Faces of Courage - Peloton Magazine

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we asked Czech Republic-based photographer Twila Federica Muzzi to choose 10 of her favorite portraits of professional cyclists and to describe each image. I can start with saying that I’ve never actually lo

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The art of making whisky - Peloton Magazine

Thick and sweet, the air settles around my shoulders like an embrace. They call this the “angel’s share,” an intoxicating and tantalizing aroma that makes the air rich and flavorful and exotic. I can almost feel the alcohol in every breath I take, f

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A Dream Grows in Brooklyn - Peloton Magazine

“Time’s Up!” and the battle for New York’s street It’s November in New York, the sun is out but with no power to warm. I’m walking across the Williamsburg Bridge with a photographer friend, tagging along really, in search of an elusive urban h

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Experiencing the Berlin 6 - Peloton Magazine

At 7:29 p.m. sharp on a January night, the lights go out in the circular-shaped stadium at Paul-Heyse-Straße, number 26, in Berlin. The sound of massive church bells fills the futuristic velodrome…and we identify the intro to AC/DC’s “Hell’s

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Down and Dirty - Peloton Magazine

“You’re a filthy cheat,” cried LT, all tall and skinny, the perfect bike racer with eyebrows pulled down over his eyes in fury, heaving from a storming effort that saw him lay waste to a glittering assembly of talent at the First-Ever, Secon

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of Absinthe - Peloton Magazine

When the first stage of the first Tour de France departed Paris en route to Lyon—a “plain stage” of 467 km (290 miles)—no one, except perhaps Henri Desgrange, could have imagined the size, shape and influence the race would come to have in the spo