Just two wheels… it’s amazing what the bike has done for humanity. In this film collection we round up some incredible stories of community, travel, athleticism, artistry and some proper good humour.
Running time - 105 minutes
Girls Gotta Eat Dirt
The story of three best friends, roommates, and riding partners with a taste for the finer things. And plenty of dirt on their jorts. A mix of lighthearted fun moments with high alpine MTB action.
Director: Elliot Wilkinson-Ray
After the Storm
Husband and wife Andy and Aneela McKenna embark on an emotional mountain bike ride through the Outer Hebrides to reflect on personal racism, and the changes the sojourn sparked in their lives. It turns a mirror on society and mountain biking to become the best, most enriched version of themselves.
Directors: Andy McKenna, Andy McCandlish
Follow The Light
From sunsets over dramatic landscapes to the illumination of hot air balloons and the warm ambience of the Middle East, immerse yourself in this colourful adventure.
Dir: Perrin Leon
On Falling is a dreamy, unorthodox glimpse into the inner landscapes of those immersed in a subculture where falling is normal. Blending white-knuckle riding, crashes, and quiet self-examination, the film unfolds as a sensory meditation on the rush of control that comes with completely letting go.
Director: Josephine Anderson
Rapha Gone Racing - The Alt Tour
Every stage and every transfer of the 2021 Tour De France: solo. Over 5,550km from Brest to Paris with 65,000 metres of climbing and just 23 days to cover the distance. No teammates to shelter behind, no mechanics and no rest days. Can Lachlan Morton beat the peloton to Paris?
Director: Samuel Craven