This documentary examines the history of both the bicycle and the sport of cycling from its birth in the Victorian era all the way up to today, with interviews from historians, bike designers and...
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Bikes vs Cars is a documentary about the bike and what an amazing tool for change it can be. It highlights a conflict in city planning between bikes, cars and a growing reliance on fossil fuels. Director: Fredrik Gertten | Stars: Aline Cavalcante , Dan Koeppel , Raquel Rolnik , Joel Ewanick
Don't let this quirky animated French film fool you—it's one of the great cycling movies of all time. And there's barely any dialogue, so you won't have to worry about subtitles. The story follows a young boy who's determined grandmother trains him to be the next winner of the Tour de France.
Despite centring on two super-fit athletes, the film manages to show what cycling is all about – discovering new places, meeting new people and having a beer with locals in the deepest part of ...
This is a list of films about bicycles and cycling, featuring notable films where bicycles and cycling play a central role in the development of the plot. Japanese movie poster for 1956 film Onna Keirin-ō (女競輪王)
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From a young age, Madame Souza instils a love of cycling on to her grandson named Champion, and as a young man becomes a road racer with his grandmother acting as coach.
The Flying Scotsman was an awesome movie in which a cyclist is the main character, and the racing scenes are intense. Gorgeous movie… Far better “bike movie” than ET or Butch Cassidy.
Full of insight from Evans on what it takes to succeed in the world of cycling. Road to Paris Produced by Nike, this film documents Lance Armstrong’s build-up to the 2001 Tour de France where he ...
One of the few touring films we've seen on Netflix, Pedal the World is the story of Felix Starck's adventure-filled year of cycling across 22 countries. If this doesn't get your wheels turning on the next adventure you'll take, well, you can watch a myriad of other great touring films streamable on Youtube and Vimeo.
Director and avid cyclist Michael B. Clifford tells the story of cycling in the UK, back where the modern bicycle was invented. It takes a humorous look at the sport of cycling, charting its Victorian origins up to the present day. Features cameos from Sir Dave Brailsford and Chris Boardman amongst other well-known faces.