A 2.5 Hour Highlights DVD and a specially extended 9 Hour 3 disc DVD set are now available
2015 Tour de France
3 disc, 9 Hour Highlights
A trailer for "Alf Engers aka "The King" the DVD by Ray Pascoe.
REVIEW: " Good film about an interesting cyclist. Well worth a look if you have an interest in British cycling history or want to find out more about the enigmatic Alf Engers." road.cc
Now on special offer, the 2014 Giro d’Italia - which started at the world famousTitantic Exhibition Centre in Belfast. Available in a 1 disc 2.5 hour highlights and extended 9 hour 3 disc version.
Ray Pascoe’s film about time-trial ace and rebel, Alf Engers, AKA The King contains rare footage, extended interviews with Engers today, and contributions from colleagues and rivals. It is a portrait of a legendary rider, and of a vanished era in the sport of time-trialling.
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Paris-Roubaix. The Hell of the North. The ultimate monument in cycling's Classics.
More than 150 miles across dusty or muddy roads, much of it puncture-inducing and bone-breaking cobblestones. Even professional riders blanche at the very mention of it.
Tour de France winners (with the notable exception of Wiggins in 2014) make their excuses from it. So why on earth would an amateur even dare to attempt it?
The Tour de France may provide the most obvious fame and glory, but it is cycling s one-day tests that the professional riders really prize.
Toughest, longest and dirtiest of all are the so-called 'Monuments , the five legendary races that are the sport s equivalent of golf s majors or the grand slams in tennis. Milan Sanremo, the Tour of Flanders, Paris Roubaix, Liège Bastogne Liège and the Tour of Lombardy date back more than a century, and each of them is an anomaly in modern-day sport