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10 Must-Watch Cycling-Related Movies for Enthusiasts and Fans

Let's take a break from the usual advice, stories, equipments posts and look at the entertainment field of cycling. Cycling has been a popular sport for many years, and it's no surprise that there are plenty of movies about this exhilarating activity. Whether you're a cycling enthusiast or just looking for an inspiring and exciting movie to watch, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here are some of the best cycling-related movies of all time. Breaking Away (1979) Breaking Away is a classic movie about four friends from working-class families who dream of a better life. The film is set in Indiana and follows the group as they prepare for the annual "Little 500" bicycle race. The movie is filled with heartwarming moments, including the main character's romance with a university student, and it showcases the joys and challenges of competitive cycling. The Flying Scotsman (2006) This movie is based on the true story of Graeme Obree, a Scottish cyclist who

Ride the Divide: A Grueling Journey of Endurance Cycling and Natural Beauty

Ride the Divide is a compelling documentary that explores the world of endurance cycling and the challenging 2,745-mile race across the Continental Divide from Banff, Canada to the Mexican border. This film follows the journey of a small group of cyclists as they endure a grueling trek through some of the most beautiful and rugged terrain in North America. This is one of my favorite documentaries about cycling. I can watch numerous times and it is just as interesting as when I watched it the first time. The documentary, directed by Hunter Weeks, takes us on a journey through the Rocky Mountains and the Great Divide Basin, where we see the riders struggling through snow-covered passes, navigating rocky trails, and battling against the elements. Through stunning cinematography and personal interviews with the riders, we get an intimate look at the physical and mental challenges they face on this epic journey. One of the most striking aspects of the film is the diversity of the riders. F