1. Tour de France 2012 -Live crosses and feature packages


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      An atmospherically shot film for people that love British cycling by someone passionate about cycling. Narration by Jonathan Tiernan-Locke and Kristian house. Initially intended to be a short behind-the-scenes film about this year’s tour of Britain, ‘It ain’t about Cav’ is an hour-long, self funded cinematic documentary depicting the beauty, drama and the grit of the highest level of British cycling. From the all powerful Team sky and it's International rivals to the hard working smaller domestic teams this documentary, captures the feeling of what it's like to be in an International stage race.

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      • Phil Liggett Full QECP Interview


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        We interviewed the ledgedary Phil Liggett for a documentary about mountain biking at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, as he commentated on the Mountain Biking Tour of Britain back in 1996. Here is the full, uncut interview. We covered the race at QECP in '96 and cycling back in those days, but also covered the Tour de France past and present, the postpects of Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky in this year's Tour and even found out Phil is a mountain biker himself and watched Danny Heart's amazing victory at last year's DH World Championships! You can check out the documentary here: http://www.qecptrailcollective.co.uk/2012/06/a-history-of-mountain-biking-at-queen-elizabeth-country-park/

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        • Season 2, Stage 9:


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          We are Guy: le-grimpeur.net & Richard: cyclingart.ca passionate for bicycle racing and its history. Throw in a book review and to make it all go down smoothly we'll sample a special beer or two, all in our unique brand of humour. Looking back on an exciting world road race and time trial, we talk about the successful British team and Canada's new hope. Richard proudly introduces from galstudio.ca the Classic Racer cycling cap and Guy sports an old favorite the Orangeman complimenting with two of our favorite jersey's from our friends at roadholland.com Guy has a review on Slaying the Badger by Richard Moore and introduces Racing Through the Dark by David Millar. And Richard reveals Roubaix's Velodrome from the newest Fall issue from our friends Pavedmag.com So what better way to enjoy it with a special beer from the trusty fridge! Enjoy your ride with us while we go ...Post Worlds! Follow us: http://bikesbooksbeers.ca/

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          • Season 2, Stage 5:


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            We are Guy: www.le-grimpeur.net & Richard: www.cyclingart.ca passionate for bicycle racing and its history. Throw in a book review and to make it all go down smoothly we'll sample a special beer or two, all in our unique brand of humour. This is a busy podcast as we get into the two major stage races before Le Tour. That's right we share our thoughts about Criterium du Dauphine & Tour de Suisse. We reveal our favorites to win one of the high mountain stages during the Dauphine. Richard gets into the French spirit and sports Galstudio's www.galstudio.ca Vive la France cycling cap. Why is Guy decked out in Antipodean pride? And, what's the tie in with Richard's 1984 Reynolds jersey? Watch on! Guy gives his book review on the brand new, 'On Tour' by Sky rider Bradley Wiggins. Richard shows the exceptional, 'Le Métier' by fellow Sky rider Michael Barry. Now, Richard has to stop he's getting thirsty for.... beer! We stop for a cold one from New Zealand. Richard has an update on Canada's only Pro Continental team Spidertech and reviews their chances at the upcoming Tour de Beauce with a little maple syrup to help sweeten it.

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            • Season 2, Stage 10:


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              We are Guy: le-grimpeur.net & Richard: cyclingart.ca passionate for bicycle racing and its history. Throw in a book review and to make it all go down smoothly we'll sample a special beer or two, all in our unique brand of humour. We can't believe it's November or Movember and there's plenty to talk about... Richard wears his stache in support for the awareness to men's health http://ca.movember.com/mospace/913812 Our favorite handmade cycling caps are from www.galstudio.ca Guy wears the Routier and Richard sports the Vive la France. We have books and Guy reviews Racing through the Dark: The Fall and Rise of David Millar. Richard has the newest from our supporter www.velopress.com Team 7-Eleven by Geoff Drake. Although the cycling season is over, we look forward to next season's exciting Giro and Tour with our favorite riders. And, of course, we gather our thoughts with a special brew from www.russellbeer.com courtesy from our trusty fridge. Sit back and enjoy our Movember podcast! Follow us: www.bikesbooksbeers.ca

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              • EpicTV Threesome 6: Team America


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                The EpicTV Threesome sandwich continues in familiar fashion this week. Jools tests the boys once again with some climbing lingo, will they pass the test or will it be an EPIC Fail?! We also find out the latest on Scarpa, and Jools gets surprisingly excited by a gadget. Ransu gets all glitzy and glamorous with a bit of a Hollywood scoop, and Trey reveals the results of the Swatch Skiers Cup...Big Time Fun!

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                • TOUR DE FRANCE 2012 - STAGE 19 TIME TRIAL


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                  Well here I am on the Thalys bound for Paris and I’m like a dog with two dicks. In the next couple of days I’m am about to witness the first ever triumph by an English man /British person/someone with daft sidies to win the Tour De France. To say I’m ecstatic would be an understatement. With the warm glow hovering around my body that only a small bottle of wine off the train trolly dolly can produce, I’m sat back in my seat listening to a bit of the Kinks and I’m in a Wiggish kind of mood. Well the type of mood Wiggo will be in after he finishes helping Cav win the gold medal at the Olympics and is then free to go on a bender or two and celebrate his winning of the Maillot Jaune in proper fashion. It’s Friday morning and I have a weekend of debauchery in front me. The plan of action is to check into the hotel once I disembark this rattler and go on the ale and do a bit of shopping around the Champs Elysee, maybe dipping into a few bars along the way to see how the Tour is getting on. Its safe to say that barring any accidents or misfortune Brad will be pedalling down Frances main thoroughfare donned in yellow, so todays flatfish stage is no case for concern and I think it will be a day for a small break to stay away or a come together at the end for the sprinters to fight it out. So a basic take it easy and not too much pressure for the Sky boys today then, a bit like my day. Tomorrow will be a different story for me though as It entails an early start on a rattler so I can venture outside the Paris boundaries and head for a small suburban town and the finish of the penultimate TT stage. After spending all day on my feet collecting as much footage as I can on my newly bought handy cam, I will hot foot it back to the city centre for a night of good food and good wine. Sunday will be another pressured day for me as I will be waking with a hangover for sure and will have to keep my wits about me as I go on the hunt for a good speck to view the final stage of the tour. With no proper press accreditation at hand I’m going to have to blag it with my IPC card and see how far that gets me. Speaking from past experiences it will be a little difficult to pierce the accreditation bubble and get close enough to get some good footage of Brad on the podium, but one can only try. Then after celebrating like mad on the Sunday night an early dart will be needed on the Monday morning so I can catch the bright an early and get back to work on time. It’s hard graft being a cycling fan. Mission one accomplished reached the hotel and now I ready for my intake of food & wine. au revoir cunts.

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                  • Lancey


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                    Floyd Landis goes on an adventure to stop Ryan Sheckler and save the Lanceys' helmets.

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                    • Cycling


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                      Images that I have created from the last six years.

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