The Suffering and Strength of Wout Van Aert
The Suffering and Strength of Wout Van Aert

The Suffering and Strength of Wout Van Aert

£ 55.00

Three time world Cyclocross Champion Wout Van Aert came into the 2018 Strade Bianche as an outsider. Untested in major one day road racing, few predicted he would go so close to winning in Siena. After riding and attacking for over 5 hours, averaging over 360 watts for the duration and desperately trying to hold the wheel of Frenchman Romain Bardet, Wout's legs finally gave up on the final climb to the finish, as he cramped up, and was forced to famously dismount his bike. 

This image, shot by pro cycling photographer Chris Auld, is one which captures the bravery, determination, and relentless suffering pro riders face. In a way, we all face the same battle with our legs, and our minds on our own rides. When we see this image, we see strength.

Print is size A3 (420x297mm) with small white border, and is printed onto Hahnemuhle Photo Rag. A 308gsm, white, 100% cotton paper with a smooth surface texture. With its premium matt inkjet coating Photo Rag meets the highest industry standards while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.
Your print will be hand wrapped in white, acid free tissue paper, and placed carefully into a 3mm thick cardboard tube to ensure safe protection of your prints in transit. Frames are not included.

Please note this print is not available for next day UK delivery. Chris Auld Prints are produced individually and made to order. It may take up to 7 working days to produce and dispatch your print.

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T.A.
Almost perfect

The picture wasn’t cut to size completely perfect. There was a small black line visible, so it wasn’t cut completely straight. I don’t own a paper cutting machine, so that’s to bad. But all the rest made up for it: quality of wrapping and protection. And of course the print quality.

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5/5

The Suffering and Strength of Wout Van Aert