Innsbruck was a blast! What a week full of riding, watching races and making new friends in on of the most beautiful cities in Tyrolean Alps.
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RacesI had no ambitions to grab “best” bike race pictures in the field. With 28mm compact camera it's almost impossible. The plan was to enjoy the races and if any good shoot come out nicely...I'll be fine with it.


Based in Seefeld, small village situated in the heart of Tyrolean Alps. The Olympiaregion south - facing plateau at an altitude of 1,200 metres above sea level. The only bad thing was to climb everyday 400m to get back home for night ...funny... not really.




Let's get higher
Message: @szymononbike – Dude, let's do Kuhtai. Tomorrow from Oetz around 11am. – Okay, let's do Kuhtai. I had no idea how fucking steep climb it is from Oetz. In the end... it was one of the best days spent in the hills. Thanks Szymon.






MAAP x Veletage
Group ride from the centre of Innsbruck hosted by Veletage and MAAP Apparel. Thanks to Josh and Monty for a ride. 



The Austrian Hell
The Höll is a little-known road heading north of Innsbruck in Austria. We decided that we'll try to go where the professionals will go and also to try how steep is 28% – It's crazy steep. I don't need to do it more than once in my life :D