A Racer's Dream 2

A Racer's Dream by Hutchinson UR UCI Elite Downhill mountain biking team.
This is a movie that shows downhill mountain biking from a different point of view.
Hutchinson UR team is used to making web videos that show a lot of the fun and the bright side of mountain bike racing, with the traveling, the riding, the fun, the podiums etc...

A Racer's Dream gives you an insight on all of the above but also shows the other side of the sport with the injuries, the doubts, the research and development, the hard training, the preparation and at the end, the ruthless judgement of the clock.
Follow closely Mick and Tracey Hannah, Fabien Cousinié and Guillaume Cauvin through 14 months of preparation towards their biggest goal of the year : The Downhill World Championships in South Africa. Becoming World Champion is still a racer's dream for them.

This movie was made possible thanks to the help of Polygon, Alltricks, Formula, 100%, Alpinestars and Fox Racing Shox. It's available for FREE on internet.

Thanks to Redbull Media House for their support .

The team would like to thank all their sponsors for their support : Hutchinson, Polygon, Alltricks.com, Alpinestars, Fox Shox, Bluegrass, Ride 100%, Spank, E-thirteen, Formula, Mavic, Crankbrothers, VP Components, Sony, FiveTen, ODI, JetBlack, Fizik, Zéfal, Unior Tools, Freelap, Clear Protect, Black Mountain Snowscoots, Ti-Springs.com

A big thanks to all the people who took part in this project.

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  • Scrub

    12/19/2013 11:22 PM

    What happened to Holly Feniak, did she forget her passport or get injured? Great video insight on a world class team.

  • sideshow

    12/19/2013 9:59 AM

    Only positive things to say about this video. I liked how raw it was, and that it was a very honest look behind the scenes. Nothing flashy for cliché; the way the story built up was spot on. With the perspective and insight this video provided, you walk away with a lot more to think about than that average web edit or bike flick.

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