PRINT shop

We are proud to work with some of the world’s best photographers, designers and writers.  The creativity, persistence and passion of our collaborators can often go overlooked. Our Print Shop is a way to pay homage to some of their most iconic and powerful imagery.

Our fine prints are made to order using the highest quality materials and produced with utmost care either by the artist or a favoured print maker. Includes signed and limited options, framing, and prints for display in public spaces.

Prices start at £200

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.

Prices start at £30

Browse all of our prints.

From £30
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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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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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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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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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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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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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.

We work with some of mountain biking’s top photographers, designers and journalists; people who live for bikes and whose work helps shape the sport we all love. Find out who is behind the memorable images in our Print Shop. 

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CORE TEAM:
FOUNDER-DIRECTOR: James McKnight
CO-DIRECTOR: Ben Winder
CO-DIRECTOR: Mike Rose
CO-DIRECTOR: Victor Lucas
CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Chris Jones
DOOD OF DOODLES: Jon Gregory

REGULARS:
Morgane Charre: Research
Harriet Jones: Management
Sven Martin: Photography
Boris Beyer: Photography
Sebastian Schieck: Photography
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