Meet an isolés - Mads Christensen and the long rides

Meet an isolés - Mads Christensen and the long rides

It's 5.45am and pitch dark outside. The thermometer is reading 4 degrees and the only brightness on this dark and grey December morning comes from the twinkling Christmas lights that festoon the small towns. 

After a few weeks of preparations, Mads Christensen is ready to set off on his next trip - a 335km Gravel ride around Funen, starting from his home in Gårslev, south of Vejle.

In Search of Sanctuary

In Search of Sanctuary

Sometimes you dream about waking up one morning and settle out for the big adventure,  leaving the daily life behind. More rarely though, you take the freedom to actually do it – to dare going on that voyage, discover unknown land and fresh air, and rediscover the beauty of an empty mind.
Meet an isolés – Wassim Hallal and the Michelin stars

Meet an isolés – Wassim Hallal and the Michelin stars

You can compare the atmosphere in a busy kitchen to the mood before an important bike race. Everyone is focused, working at their peak, in the knowledge that soon their efforts will be put to the test. Attention to detail is essential, everything must be 100 per cent in order.
Journey of an isolés - How it all started

Journey of an isolés - How it all started

For me cycling is about enjoyment.
When you take up a sport as an young child, it is often because it is fun.
Then comes the dream - to become the best in the world at this sport. Whether it is cycling or soccer. 
Back to the Roots

Back to the Roots

The birthplace of my experience as an isolés was in Tuscany. I fell in love with the place on gentle climbs surrounding San Baronto, a sense of newfound independence and individualism that rose with the grade. A dream of mine had brought me to Italy, as I was selected to ride for the Finauto Yomo Sport Team U23 Squad.
Care for Details

Care for Details

Ask any rider how they feel about their kit, and they’ll mention the little things—the pocket in the perfect spot, the super comfortable collar, or the taper of the sleeve. Sometimes, it’s more about the little things you don’t notice, like seams that never rub, a zipper that never catches, or bib shorts that don’t move around on the leg.
Honesty of Materials

Honesty of Materials

We’ve selected our materials with extraordinary care, using a deep knowledge of cycling to bring them together into a better final product.