All of the greatest films ever made about this amazing sport are here ready to be added to your collection! There's something here for every cycling fan... Including classics like A Sunday in Hell, and The High Life!
For Former pro-rider and Tour de France winner Bjarne Riis there is only one dream: victory for team CSC in the Tour de France. Now just £10.99
Battle of the Bikes and On Yer Bike has two remarkable films, exclusive interviews and unique bonus features on this DVD set.
Touching, funny and meaningful film from 1948...
The 2006 feature-length film. The Flying Scotsman is a true account of the extraordinary and remarkable Scottish cyclist, Graeme Obree.
Film maker Scott Coady embarks on an adventure of a lifetime following the entire 2000 Tour de France armed only with a Sony digital video camera and his passion for cycling...
Scott Coady goes behind the scenes at the historic 2005 Tour de France in this two-disc set.
Why do we stock this film? Well the hero is a cyclist competing in the Tour de France! Plus, it is an absolute family classic that you must own!
In this special film, we celebrate Britain’s great achievements in the Tour, with fabulous race footage and sparkling and treasured reminiscences from British cyclists who rode it.
This official film celebrates an incredible century of cycling, from early flickering images of 1903 winner Maurice Garin, to the amazing scenes which greeted Lance Armstrong's fifth straight victory in 2003.
A documentary made over a 4 year period. It chronicles Dutton, who, in a mid-life crisis decides to go off in the tracks of Simpson, the legendary British racing cyclist who tragically died in the 1967 Tour de France.
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Side one features mostly full-color, sexy (yet tasteful) photographs of each athlete, while the side two explores the ladies' professional life with black and white action photographs.
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