SPEED & FRIENDSHIPS

A WM3 Pro Cycling story in Calpe

A training camp

A training camp is not only about training your muscles. Each year for those pro riders, it means fresh air. New bike. New kit. New mates. So what are they really doing there? Follow our adventure through a day with the WM3 Pro Cycling Team’s girl riders.

Photo: Paul Foulonneau | GripGrab Media Crew

A team

Being a pro rider means working by pedaling. If you are lucky, your colleagues can become your friends. It is the perfect opportuniy to meet each other and chat together. On the bike. At lunch. Everytime & everywhere.

A bike

WM3 Pro Cycling riders are using the new Ridley frame specially designed for women’s anatomy. 

Photo: Paul Foulonneau | GripGrab Media Crew

A road

They are pro riders. Road lovers. Race winners.

They share a passion for the asphalt and for the need for speed.

 

Photo: Paul Foulonneau | GripGrab Media Crew

A staff

What’s behind ? Professional riders need professional staff to give their best on the bike. Setting up the speeds, switching the power meter, adding a new tape, changing a bearing. That’s what the mechanic is doing ten hours a day.

Photo: Paul Foulonneau | GripGrab Media Crew

A race

We are hungry for more. Hunting the Victory.

 

Photo: Paul Foulonneau | GripGrab Media Crew

A ride

Photo: Paul Foulonneau | GripGrab Media Crew

Calpe, Spain. February 2017.
WM3 Pro Cycling Team is riding with GripGrab Aero TT gloves

  Photography:  Paul Foulonneau and Alex Buck | GripGrab Media Crew