Horacio Gil Ochoa, a pioneer in Colombian cycling, discusses his career as a cycling photographer, journalist, publisher and fan. Ochoa started Colombia's first cycling magazine in the early 50s, and covered the sport through Colombia's golden era. He shares his memories of Fausto Coppi, Lucho Herrera and Andy Hampsten.
Giovanni Jimenez Ocampo was the first Colombian cyclist to ever become a professional. He raced for Belgian teams almost exclusively, becoming a fixture in the early spring classics like the Tour of Flanders, Amstel Gold, Gent Wevelgem and Paris-Roubaix.
Tinno is Colombia's last professional framebuilder. How he came to build frames, and the difficulties he's had along the way are at once unique to Colombia and universal.