The Northern Line : Personalised climb posters

The talented folks at The Northern Line have brought out some fantastic new cycling posters. And this time, it’s personal – or rather personalised. If you ride a lot of climbs, you might want to hold those memories on your wall! And if you don’t climb yourself,  you might just want them because they’re gorgeous.

Tour Delicious

The series includes some of the most iconic climbs in Tour history, such as the Tourmalet, Galibier, Izoard, Croix de Fer and Mont Ventoux

What could be more Tour de France than Alpe d’Huez? With its stylised switchbacks and the nod to Dutch corner in its orange colourways, this poster would be a welcome addition to any cycling fan’s wall! You can buy the print blank or you can personalise it with the stats of your climb.

Alpe d’Huez; from £21; The Northern Line

Personalisation details; available on the entire climbs series; The Northern Line

Croix de Fer; from £21; The Northern Line

Croix de Fer detail; The Northern Line

Great British climbs

With the popularity of the Tour de Yorkshire, it seems that British climbs are all the rage these days And so they should be. The new series of posters include Fleet Moss, Yorkshire; Hardknott Pass, Lake District; and Box Hill, Surrey.

Fleet Moss; from £21; The Northern Line

Box Hill; from £21; The Northern Line

The series also includes one of the Giro’s most prized climbs, the Stelvio, as well as a nod to the spring classics with the Koppenberg (which is one of my favourite designs).

 

Koppenberg; from £21; The Northern Line

Koppenberg detail; from £21; The Northern Line

All posters can be ordered either design only or with your personalised stats. The posters come in A3 (£21, unframed; £31, personalised, unframed) and A2 (£29, unframed; £39, personalised, unframed). Framed posters are also available. Postage and packing are calculated at checkout. 

Header Image: detail from Galibier poster

 

 

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