Just recently discovered this gem. Inside-Out “is an online notepad using image, word, & data to look at what it is to be a young rider entering pro cycling.”

I’m familiar with Camille McMillan from his collaboration with Luke Scheybeler on the fantastic cycling photo app, The Collarbone. This project doesn’t disappoint either.

From “The Fans“:

Riding through thick crowds of cheering people is like nothing else. The greatest thrill I can remember as cyclist is the deafening noise on the circuit of the 2004 World Road Race Championships. The noise was so loud I literally couldn’t talk to the rider next to me. I felt people’s passion and their admiration being literally voiced; it felt like electricity, it felt very, very good.

Much more to see/read. Visit Inside-Out.