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Select images from some of mountain biking’s best photographers printed to order in two standard sizes on high quality Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper using archival inks. These are perfect gifts for mountain bikers.

Available in two standard sizes: 12″ x 16″ (30.48cm x 40.64cm) and 24″ x 36″ (60.96cm x 91.44cm)

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This is Hecklers Rock as Stevie would always want it to be remembered. Course tape down, beers flying, crowd wildly roaring and partying.
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Love Dirt, and Dirt Love. It’s a command, statement, confession and appreciation for one of the main ingredients for mountain biking. A permanent reminder to all.
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This was the very first Dirt Magazine cover Sven Martin landed. It was a huge honour for him because Dirt was the gravity bible at the time and also because it was THE legendary Chris Kovarik.
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Is there ever a bad last-light sunset in Utah? This is from a 2009 photoshoot out near Green River. The crew shot some big stunts up high and, as the sun dipped down, James Doerfling surfed the ridge back down to the RV.
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This was one of Akrigg’s favourite abandoned factory riding spots in his homeland of Yorkshire. It was covered in tons of loose bricks and we made this nice little kicker ramp to wallride.
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Perhaps one of the scariest race starts in the business, Pic Blanc covered in snow as hundreds of ant like mountain bikers drop into one of the toughest races out there.
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Gwin was incredibly precise in his riding — he even grazed the wall with his shoulder. That’s what World Cup racing in a traditional Croatian village combined with the riding of Aaron Gwin looks like.
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Only his second full year racing World Cups and already rocking the number three plate, Aaron Gwin charges hard in the torrential rain.
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In 2018, Cécile Ravanel had won every single race of the Enduro World Series, but before this final stage of the last race she was trailing by 10 seconds. The dominant French woman rose to the challenge, upping the pace and stomping the win in Finale. A perfect eight.
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When most people had already left the pits, we stayed around and had a beer with the riders. Then we just saw those two chatting in the sunset.
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In Val di Sole 2008 Sam Hill was on fire, 10sec ahead when he launched off the ski jump into the finish arena. Moments later he was on the ground scrambling to get himself to the finish line.
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As Boris didn’t have any clients to shoot for, he had the freedom just to play around, so he used the 35mm and hid far away from the jumps. It turned out that he captured this striking silhouette of Kade’s unique style.
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The end of a long day shooting in Vallnord Bikepark heading back down to town for some beers. Andy Lloyd was ahead, glanced up the mountain as James came into view through the cloud of dust. At that moment he saw the shot.
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Greg Minnaar looking tense and focused, contemplating what just happened, surrounded by an ecstatic crowd — his team, friends and family, the one life crew and the media.
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Shot during stage two of our epic trek through the Balkans on the Trans Dinarica bike trail. After days of brutal gravel miles, we hit mountain bike gold on the Croatian archipelago.
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Sometimes all you need is a bit of luck. A rider came down just in front of Blenki and threw up some dust; the light was perfect and Blenki’s unique style just made this shot what it is.
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Rider, trail builder and BikePark Wales founder Rowan Sorrell sends it into this otherworldly tunnel in the early days of the park.
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Say 2008 Val di Sole and only one person comes to mind. This shot defines Sam Hill in that era: Iron Horse, number one plate, focused eyes, and the Black Snake racecourse.
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Rachel Atherton caught perfectly, mid-way through her incredible winning streak that spanned 16 consecutive elite race wins, three seasons and two World Championships titles.
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Riding the epic Cliffs of Moher is no feat for mere mortals. A small rocky ledge, with a rock wall to one side and an empty void to the other, in places there was less than 8 inches to ride.
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In 2002, Steve Peat finally won the World Cup Downhill series. Fast forward four weeks and Mike Rose and Peat were in Las Vagas searching for a Dirt Magazine cover.
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Back in 2003 4X racing was big news. It was fresh and new, and with its elbow-to-elbow dogfights it inspired flashbacks to the early days of BMX racing.
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The Welsh Dragon downhill race series really seized the moment, setting the bar pretty high, showing that there was real terrain and big mountains on which to host races in UK.
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A perfect trace of singletrack high on a Swiss Alpine ridgeline with the glaciers of Saas Fee tumbling in the distance.
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