March Video Vault: From Rome to San Remo

After doing our video awards post after the Oscars, we realised that you all really love to watch cycling videos as much as we do! So, once a month or so, we are going to be gathering some of our favourite recent videos and posting them here in a feature we’ll call the Video Vault. This initial selection takes us from a journey from Rome to San Remo via the Passo dello Stelvio.

If you have a video you think should be included in our monthly round-ups, tweet a link to @kiss_my_panache. Enjoy the show!

1. Pippo celebrates second place

After Blel Kadri wins Roma Maxima in a solo break, Pippo Pozzatto thinks he’s won as he takes the sprint for second place.

2. A Venge and Lemond turbo trainer make you a great dad

Simon Whitfield is full of useful hot air.

3. It ain’t about Cav

A lovely film documenting the Tour of Britain.

4. Get well soon, Alessandro

BMC sends encouraging messages to injured teammate, Alessandro Ballan.

5. Share the road

A gentle and effective reminder of who cyclist really are, on and off the bike.

6. Retour

The trailer for a film about the comeback of Vacansoleil-DCM rider Wout Poels (in Dutch).

7. Volvo bike detection system

I give mad props to Volvo for thinking about the safety of cyclists on the road!

8. Ashley Gruber is playing on the Stelvio

Our favourite husband and wife team rocking some gorgeous footage on the Passo dello Stelvio!

9. GreenEDGE documents ‘Geneva-San Remo’

A good look on how difficult the conditions were at Milan-San Remo.

10. The story behind MTN-Qhubeka

The story behind the first African team to win a Monument.

11. How the Race was Won: Milan-San Remo

An interesting take on how Milan-San Remo was won.

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