The Stelvio climb


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 believe

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Bardiani CSF pro team – The Wonderful Socks will be technical sponsor for 2017

Bardiani-CSF will be the first PRO-team wearing recovery socks made by The Wonderful Socks. Combining the PRO-Athletes knowledge, the touch of the brand and the Italian craftsmanship, TWS conceived a pioneering product dedicated to #GreenTeam. A technical partner become essential for all the PRO-team cyclists and for all those are committed to cycling. Made to

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Paolo Bravini for TWS

He put his face into the wind. He has nothing to explain. There is no cage to be forced into. The world is his path. He is anything else than a curious vagabond. His legs boost up the power to conquer the hardest road, rolling into beautiful landscapes and frantic metropolis. But who is this free rein spirit? He is a Devil on the run. A Pixie on the Earth. Turn up your nose and look at his feet. The Gypsy Rider. Hey Lord catch him if you can!

We wanted to go an extra mile for our champion Paolo Bravini, making a unique sock inspired by the secret tattooed on his ankle.
Made with a special reflective fiber that gives off stardust and makes you safe during your night joyridings. Do you want to feel free as Paolo is? Well grab that socks, pull them up and go on the road with Paolo, watching our exclusive film.

Paolo Bravini for TWS ultima modifica: 2016-10-16T12:45:56+00:00 da TWS | Press office

Soigneur stories. John-Lee Augustyn a hard glory

John-Lee rose to prominence in the cycling world as a young, preciously talented South African rider. He famously climbed the highest tarred road in Europe in first position in the 2008 Tour de France with the whose who of the peloton behind him. At the tender age of 21 he had the cycling world at his feet. But like his crash on the descent of Col de la Bonette his carer took a turn for the worse with injury and illness. His battle to come back from the brink and sign for Team SKY before going on to ride in some of the most prestigious stage and one day races in the world is now told in our new short documentary.


Soigneur stories. John-Lee Augustyn a hard glory ultima modifica: 2016-05-28T06:25:09+00:00 da TWS | Press office