2019 photographs of the year: Paolo Ciaberta


 

 

Paolo’s wonderful work has adorned the pages of Rouleur since his magazine debut way back in issue 27, and it was the kind of feature he loves to shoot – steel framebuilder Tiziano Zullo at work in his Lake Garda atelier.


He’s been a Rouleur regular ever since, our ‘go to’ man for Italian subject matter, covering the major races alongside work on Marco Pantani, Campagnolo, and a host of artisan bike builders with great stories and tradition to share with our readers.


This year has seen Paolo capture a treasure trove of Gios memorabilia, the great Ernesto Colnago, Strade Bianche and Milan-Sanremo. Here are his favourites.

Tolmino Gios
Tolmino Gios finishes third behind Adlo Bini and Giuseppe Olmo, 1936 Milan-Modena
Tolmino Gios
A muddy Tolmino Gios, Trofeo Paracchi, 1934
Peter Sagan
A disappointing fourth for Peter Sagan, Milan-Sanremo
Strade Bianche
Strade Bianche through the dust
Strade Bianche
Strade Bianche, “la classica del Nord più a sud d’Europa”
Colnago
“Every time I got on a plane, I’d write on the in-flight menu and fill it up with thoughts, drawings and projects.” The great Ernesto Colnago, issue 19.7
Colnago
“Enzo Ferrari was a genius. He always told his engineers: ‘Remember that the bicycle is the perfect machine.'” Ernesto Colnago
From a time before Garmins and smartphones. The lovingly detailed training diary of Gios rider Franco Canevero, 1956


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