Infographics & Trivia
101 RACES & 319 STAGES
CURATED BY RUSS ELLIS
"For four months nothing moved. The racing had stopped"
Anna van der Breggen, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Wout van Aert & Allan Peiper
- Exclusive Winners’ Words from inside the peloton, documenting first accounts of the best victories in the 2020 calendar
- “War, Illness and Not-Racing”- Recounts the history of cycling and draws comparisons to WWI and WWII to help understand the year of 2020
- “Capricorn Star” details the astonishing violent assault he experienced in his native South Africa at the hands of a park ranger.
“Children of the Summer’s Ends”- explores just how the Tour de France did go ahead, against the backdrop of a country preparing for a second lockdown
- “Racing Between Realities”- How COVID pandemic allowed the world of cycling to see what the virtual world had to offer
- “Return Racing in Romania” dissects Romania’s Sibiu Cycling Tour, the first category 1 race after the reopening of the cycling calendar
- “Chasing Shadows: Remco and Eddy”
- “The World’s Only Racer” delves into the violent history of Puerto Montt, the race start of the Gran Premio de la Patagonia 2020 edition
- A distanced TV commentator’s perspective on calling home the most unusual edition of the Giro for generations.
- A close study of Annemiek van Vleuten’s astonishing career, which in 2020 took another series of unexpected twists.
The Road Book 2020 First Edition
The Road Book 2020 recounts in full the unique and destructive events which pressed pause on the cycling calendar and the world. From indefinite postponements and cancellations to renewed hope and distraction, the 2020 edition under extreme circumstances has attempted to shine appropriate light on the global threat that threatened the livelihoods and very existence of the sport. These pages are a tribute to a year like no other- a year apart.
"Nobody needs it, but once you have it, you love it, no matter how often or how thoroughly you choose to dive in"
"Words are supported by a library of imagery from one of cycling’s leading photographers, Russ Ellis, who encapsulates the stark contrasts witnessed over the course of the season"