As you can see we are from Italy so saying that we love Fabio Aru could be predictable. But there are 10 other reasons why we love Fabio Aru. So we want to tell you them: 1. He always smiles. He is a good tempered man. 2. He has the allure of the old championsContinue reading »
Red Hook Crit No2 in London is due. Let us telling more about our Team R3VO. This text was made by our Ambassador Julia Wittman The Wonderful Socks is all about inspiration. Our heroes are all legends that have cycled off of the beaten path. We choose our treasured Ambassadors based on their uniqueness andContinue reading »
A little chat with our Spanish amabassador Alvaro Cuadros Morata cyclist from Caja Rural Rga U23 team. A young man with a dream, being a Pro. He is focused and he is working hard to reach his goal. In the meantime rides and rides, smile a lot and drinks double coffees. Why cycling? Because IContinue reading »
Whether or not it’s the biggest race in the world, the Tour de France is epic. The caravan. All that yellow everywhere. The polka dot jersey. Climbs and descends. Sweat and pain. C’est la France! Les Allez allez surronding everybody. Grimpeur. Flamme Rouge. Musette. Bidon Collé. Hors Catégorie. Le Peloton. And if I sayContinue reading »
After a bit of time we are back with our stories about what’s behind our cycling socks. Today we are featuring seams. We all know very well that demanding cyclists stay on the saddle a ton of hours. Rolling a lot every day, all the week. For this reason we well know that bad seamsContinue reading »
We had this little chat with Chris Hall some time after his huge 107for107 challenge. Talking about him, his big heart and his unlimiteless passion for cycling. Why cycling? Cycling in it own right is challenging but accessible to everyone. It’s something I have always done and always loved. When & how often do youContinue reading »
Federico Bahamontes is called the Eagle of Toledo. This champion is one of a kind. For this reason we decided to dedicate a special pair of cycling socks to him called Baha. But listen to his story. This tiny, nervous, smarty man won his first race wearing a baseball jersey with a lemon and aContinue reading »
Episode 8 Bad Words «Well, cyclists use swear words. Sometimes they are needed when you are almost falling on the tarmac. When someone pull you down. Or to admire the strongness of someone of your mates. So they are actually needed no doubts». Bardiani CSF Parolacce. Bardiani CSF per TWS. Paolo Simion nel BignamiContinue reading »
The Stelvio is an epic climb. We also call it Cima Coppi, because of the endeavours of the one and only Fausto Coppi. The most famous? Giro d’Italia 1953, last stage. The Stelvio climb was included for the first time in history that year. When riders found out the route they were unwilling to believeContinue reading »
Episode 7 Opening the way aka “tirare”.
«So when you hear from the radio, “YOU! OPEN THE WAY!”, it means that you have to push on your pedals as much as you can, bowed, going full gear. Literally you have to draw your team to the riders ahead of you. Helping to earn meters». No jokes admitted, no wasting time. You have to step on a gas.