‘Bicycle’ film goes digital

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‘Bicycle’ the film is a celebration of the machine in all its forms  – from the daily commute to the record books, and it’s now available as a digital download and video stream.

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The film-makers have partnered with Vimeo, and have launched digitally on the on-demand platform from December 1st.

To celebrate the launch the makers are offering (on a first come first served basis) 250 promotional codes to buy the film for just $9.99 US dollars (approx  £6.40 GBP), a saving of $3.

Go to Vimeo’s on-demand website here, and, when prompted, enter the code BicycleChristmas1

“Bicycle” has become a much celebrated documentary film since its release. Since its World Premiere at the Tour de France this year it has travelled the UK and overseas often to sell out cinema screenings.

“Watching the wonderful Bicycle film was a great lesson in the history of the sport that has become my life and passion. I hope it can inspire more people to give cycling a go.”
Tracy Moseley, World Enduro MTB Champion 2013 and 2014

“Lyrical, affectionate, beautiful. A hymn of praise to a humble wonder; the bicycle “
Ned Boulting, Broadcaster and Writer

We’ve previously chatted with the the two-time BAFTA award winning director Michael B. Clifford – you can read the interview here.


Barney Marsh

Singletrack Magazine Contributor

Barney Marsh takes the word ‘career’ literally, veering wildly across the road of his life, as thoroughly in control as a goldfish on the dashboard of a motorhome.

He’s been, with varying degrees of success, a scientist, teacher, shop assistant, binman and, for one memorable day, a hospital laundry worker. These days, he’s a dad, husband, guitarist, and writer, also with varying degrees of success. He sometimes takes photographs. Some of them are acceptable.

Occasionally he rides bikes to cast the rest of his life into sharp relief. Or just to ride through puddles. Sometimes he writes about them. Bikes, not puddles.

He is a writer of rongs, a stealer of souls and a polisher of turds.

He isn’t nearly as clever or as funny as he thinks he is.

Comments (1)

    Bloody good film. Worth a watch, even your non cycling buddies would enjoy it.

    Though, to be fair, why would your buddies not be cyclists!

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