"There’s something magical about the mountains of Tibet. I arrived in awe andoverwhelmed by the majestic view in front of me. For days of this cycling trip Everest was a speck in the horizon and finally it was right in front of me."
Sometimes things just don’t go to plan. A near invisible pin-prick hole in an inner tube can ruin a whole ride. The weather can put a halt to a long looked-forward to weekend. Then there are crashes, which can ruin a whole season.
What started life as a Chris Froome social media fan club eventually morphed into one of cycling’s most popular photo journals. Wearwell Seasonnaire Jordan Benjamin-Sutton talks to us about what was involved in photographing one of the greatest rides in Grand Tour history - Stage 19 of the Giro d'Italia.