Anton Hoerl at A-Line in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada - photo by Lahnvalley-Crew - Pinkbike
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Art | Slow Italy
The Wall of Sormano, in the province of Como, Italy. Is a road with such a legendary slope (experienced as virtually ‘vertical’ by cyclists) that it has been dubbed “Muro of Sormano”. Inserted by Vincenzo Torriani in the Giro di Lombardia in the 1960 – 1962 – in order to make the race, which he perceived as too ‘easy’, more challenging – the slope has since then become legendary for its toughness, forcing many champions to get off their bikes and continue on foot!
Design Museum London's Upcoming Exhibition Examines the Intersection of Sports and Design - Core77
Design, engineering and technology can achieve game-changing breakthroughs from industries that need to push the envelope and have massive budgets. The military gives us trickle-down innovations like GPS, and Formula One racing is used by manufacturers to develop new technologies that will eventually find their way into passenger cars. Sports...