Jered Gruber

Introducing ‘Moments of Le Tour’

Over the next three weeks, CyclingTips, in collaboration with Scott Bikes, is bringing you “Moments of Le Tour”, a daily, photo-driven perspective on the 101st Tour de France, focusing on IAM Cycling in their first visit to the great race. The collaboration will feature images from CyclingTips contributing photographers Jered & Ashley Gruber, and Kristof […]

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Tro-Bro Léon in photos

While most of the cycling world has been focused on the Cobbled Classics and Ardennes Classics in recent weeks, the cycling fans of Brittany in north west France had their own race to celebrate. Tro-Bro Léon is not a Monument, it’s not even a ‘classic’, but what the UCI1.1 race lacks in prestige it more […]

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Shooting the Spring Classics

We all have an appreciation for beautiful photography and Jered and Ashley Gruber are two of the best and most unique in the cycling business. We all see the finished product with perhaps an explanation of what it meant in the context of the race, but no photo will tell the true story behind getting […]

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Chasing the Ronde

Most of you have probably never chased a bike race before trying to bring home the best photographs you can which will ultimately put food on the table. It can be quite the adrenaline rush in a race like the Tour of Flanders, but also extremely tricky and exhausting. Jered Gruber tells the story of […]

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Strade Bianche in photos

If you’ve got even a passing interest in cycling photography you will have heard of Jered and Ashley Gruber. On Saturday, Jered and Ashley headed to Tuscany to shoot the famous one-day race Strade Bianche. Here’s how their day unfolded behind the lens and a selection of the cracking images they took.

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2012 In Photos By Jered and Ashley Gruber

For a couple years I’ve admired Jered and Ashley Gruber’s photography. I had the opportunity to briefly meet them in April at the Spring Classics and I’m now proud to have them contribute and showcase their work here on CyclingTips. Since many of you will be just catching up on what they’ve been doing in […]

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Early Winter on the Passo dello Stelvio

As far as famous climbs go, there are few, if any, that can claim spots higher in the pantheon of legendary climbs than the Passo dello Stelvio. It is synonymous with all that is great about the mountains in most people’s minds…and when it comes to switchbacks, there’s nothing quite as magical as the 48 […]

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