Our team

Procyclingmaps is an agency that creates maps, infographics, roadbooks, videos and technical plans for cycling events throughout the world

Maxime Lafage_Procyclingmaps


Fond of cycling and geography, graduated from Sciences Po Paris, executive in another life, Maxime naturally turned to the mapping of cycling events as a second activity and by passion. Since 2012, he has been working voluntarily with several events to provide maps, technical plans, roadbooks and altimetric profiles. In 2017, he created Procyclingmaps, which has since become one of the main graphics suppliers worldwide in cycling industry.



Camille joins Procyclingmaps in 2021. Graduated from the University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and the Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques, Camille is a cartographer and project manager in the team. A cartographer who has worked for the prestigious French newspaper Le Monde and who is always vailable for any map-making project, for cycling and beyond such as geopolitics, history, geography, urban planning or transports. 

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Céline joins Procyclingmaps in 2019. As a graphic designer specialised in design, she graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Dijon and was initially fascinated by objects, packaging and volume. Then she turned to Graphic Design by entering La Cambre, one of the main art and design schools in Belgium in Brussels. At Procyclingmaps, Céline dusts off graphic charts, works on maps, roadbooks, plans and altimetric profiles.



Mathieu is the “Swiss Army knife” of the team. He joined Procyclingmaps as a consultant in 2019 to bring his extensive experience and knowledge of the cycling industry. Organizer of the Route d’Occitanie, collaborator at ASO, Mathieu is graduated from the Management School of University Toulouse 1 Capitole. As a start-finish site manager on prestigious races (California, Oman, Yorkshire, UCI World Championships), he understands the constraints of the organisers and transcribes this knowledge into Procyclingmaps’s documents.