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mercredi 21 décembre 2011

The Best Cycling Moments Of 2011

BikeRadar.com's Best Cycling Moments Of 2011 as told by Jeff Jones, Rob Spedding, Rob Weaver and others.

Be sure to watch to get the low down of what's been going on in 2011

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mardi 20 décembre 2011

Journey to a Dream

Journey to a Dream was created by legendary film maker Nigel Dick
for Team Garmin-Cervelo's team presentation in Boulder, Colo., November 17,
2011. We are excited to present it to fans worldwide for the first time.

Presented by Clif Bar, Journey to a Dream follows the hopes and aspirations
riders have as kids, and reminds us all that cycling is a team sport. It
also reminds us of Slipstream Sports' dedication to ethical sport and
developing the next generation of cycling champions. We hope you enjoy it.

Tour de France 2011 - Le Film AG2R

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lundi 19 décembre 2011

En Movimiento con... Alberto Contador

Spanish TV Program where Alberto presents his experience about ictus and the people involved and/or afected by this terrible disease.

lundi 12 décembre 2011

vendredi 9 décembre 2011

Critérium International 2010 - Climb of the Col de l'Ospedale

Final climb of the Col de l'Ospedale (l. 14.2 km, a. 963 m, a.s. 6.2%, m.s. 7.6%) in stage 1 of the Critérium International 2010. Featuring a.o. Cadel Evans, Chris Horner, Pierrick Fedrigo, Samuel Sanchez, Michael Rogers, David Lopez, Tiago Machado, David Moncoutié, Matteo Carrara, Alberto Contador, Lance Armstrong.

Samuel SANCHEZ & ORBEA

mardi 6 décembre 2011

GreenEDGE preparations

GreenEDGE has setup its European based training facility in Versace Italy.

 

Giro d'Italia 2011: Alberto Contador

Alberto Contador, the winner of Giro d'Italia 2011.
Alberto Contador, vincitore del Giro d'Italia 2011.

The Road Uphill Official Trailer


90min documentary film directed by Jean-Louis Schuller<br />
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Luxembourg. One of the world's smallest countries, a green and peaceful place bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany. The birthplace of two brothers, Andy and Fränk Schleck, two of the world's best professional cyclists. National heroes and the sportsmen that their country had been waiting for, Leopard Trek, the new Luxembourgish team built around Andy and Fränk were the favourites to win the 2011 Tour de France.<br />
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Following Leopard Trek and the Schleck Brothers, the new documentary « The Road Uphill » by director Jean-Louis Schuller focuses upon the team's participation in the prestigious 2011 Tour de France and upon their physical and mental preparation for the biggest cycling event in the world.<br />
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This intimate cinematic portrait of two brothers and a team who are under pressure to live up to the expectations of their country, takes us on a journey into the lives of these professional cylists. « The Road Uphill » documents the relationships, motivations and belief systems integral to Leopard Trek -- the core aspect of the team that is not usually exposed by the lens of television reportage.<br />
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In a sport that more commonly has one leader rather than two, how does the Schleck's unique brotherhood affect their race ? Does their compassion for one another make them stronger and enable them to overcome greater physical limits? This documentary investigates the day-to-day life of this professional cycling team and the physical, mental and emotional thresholds that they need to overcome to win the greatest race on earth.<br />
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© Paul Thiltges Distributions, RTL, 2011<br />
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The Road Uphill Official Trailer

90min documentary film directed by Jean-Louis Schuller

Luxembourg. One of the world's smallest countries, a green and peaceful place bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany. The birthplace of two brothers, Andy and Fränk Schleck, two of the world's best professional cyclists. National heroes and the sportsmen that their country had been waiting for, Leopard Trek, the new Luxembourgish team built around Andy and Fränk were the favourites to win the 2011 Tour de France.

Following Leopard Trek and the Schleck Brothers, the new documentary « The Road Uphill » by director Jean-Louis Schuller focuses upon the team's participation in the prestigious 2011 Tour de France and upon their physical and mental preparation for the biggest cycling event in the world.

This intimate cinematic portrait of two brothers and a team who are under pressure to live up to the expectations of their country, takes us on a journey into the lives of these professional cylists. « The Road Uphill » documents the relationships, motivations and belief systems integral to Leopard Trek -- the core aspect of the team that is not usually exposed by the lens of television reportage.

In a sport that more commonly has one leader rather than two, how does the Schleck's unique brotherhood affect their race ? Does their compassion for one another make them stronger and enable them to overcome greater physical limits? This documentary investigates the day-to-day life of this professional cycling team and the physical, mental and emotional thresholds that they need to overcome to win the greatest race on earth.

© Paul Thiltges Distributions, RTL, 2011