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Rapha and photographer Ben Ingram collect a decade of the brand's imagery

A must-have resource for Rapha's stunning visuals.
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If you're familiar with the brand then you probably know their photography quite well, it might even be one of the first things you think about as its such a core element of the brand. Those visuals have been collected in their new book Journey:

"Ben Ingham has worked closely with Rapha since the company’s launch, in 2004. Having cut his teeth in New York in the 1990s, assisting the likes of Bruce Weber and Richard Avedon, Manchester-born Ingham went on to develop his own, distinctive style of cycling photography. Inspiring and compelling in equal measure, his work captures both the grit and grandeur of the sport.

Featuring 260 duotone prints, this new book offers a photographic record of the journey taken by Ben Ingham and Rapha over more than a decade. A document of the people, landscapes and roads that make road cycling the world’s most beautiful sport, these black-and-white and colour images capture locations as diverse as the cols of France and streets of Hong Kong. The images are accompanied by nine short written pieces from other Rapha collaborators."

$65, Rapha

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