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    What is Your Favorite Bike Movie?

    My favorite bike movie is "Bicycle Thieves". It is an Italian movie from 1948 which is directed by Vittorio De Sici.

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    None. If I had the time I'd watch a few skiing and surfing movies that are on my list. But there are no bike movies on it.

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    I liked premium rush

    here is a french list of 31 bike movies
    Le cyclisme au cinéma : liste de 31 films

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    Breaking Away
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    Quote Originally Posted by erig007 View Post
    I liked premium rush

    here is a french list of 31 bike movies
    Le cyclisme au cinéma : liste de 31 films
    Thanks for the link. I will go through the list and see if I can get any of these movies from the library or on line.

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    i like Pee Wee's Big Adventure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilfred Laurier View Post
    i like Pee Wee's Big Adventure
    This.

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    Breaking Away is my #1 . A somewhat distant #2 is American Flyers.
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    I quite like 'Blood trails'
    “I need a immediate extraction from my current location”

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    Peewee's Big Adventure! I also really enjoyed Ride the Divide

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    1) A Sunday in Hell
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    I dont know about ... but matrix reloaded is mine all time favourite

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    Cross Canada Project. More of a self-produced documentary... The Cross Canada Project: Documenting a Bicycle Tour Across Canada on Vimeo

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    My favorite motorcycle movie is "On any Sunday". I wish someone would create a bicycle version of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brojangles View Post
    Cross Canada Project. More of a self-produced documentary... The Cross Canada Project: Documenting a Bicycle Tour Across Canada on Vimeo
    ^^^This was really good! Thanks for sharing.
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    I remember Supercross and Torque, they weren't very good.

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    My favorite movie is ''The kid with the bike''.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brojangles View Post
    Cross Canada Project. More of a self-produced documentary... The Cross Canada Project: Documenting a Bicycle Tour Across Canada on Vimeo
    Thanks for that.

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    what, no Costner with the stache on "American Flyers"

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    From documentary i like the ''bicycle dreams'' and from the movies ''BMX bandits''.

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    Breaking Away

    The picture on my DVD box is interesting. It is a picture of Dave, the lead character on his bike. The image must have been flipped at some point. The bike's drive-train is on the left side.

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