A small group of adventurous mountain bikers attempt to race the longest mountain bike route in the world traversing over 2700 miles along the Rocky Mountains from Banff, Canada to the Mexican border.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Dion ...
Himself - Racer
Michael 'Mac' McCoy ...
Himself
Steve King ...
Himself
Tina Cutone ...
Herself - Mike's wife
Mikaila Cutone-Dion ...
Herself - Mike's daughter
Dylan Cutone-Dion ...
Himself - Mike's son
Kevin Montgomery ...
Himself - Racer
Matthew Lee ...
Himself - Racer
Dave Nice ...
Himself
Mary Metcalf-Collier ...
Herself - Racer
...
Himself
Anthony Cimino ...
Himself
Leona Ray ...
Herself - Mike's mom
Ardie Olson ...
Himself
Sherry Olson ...
Herself
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A small group of adventurous mountain bikers attempt to race the longest mountain bike route in the world traversing over 2700 miles along the Rocky Mountains from Banff, Canada to the Mexican border.

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The world's toughest bike race is not in France


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Matthew Lee: Life's too short not to take adventures like this; you have to make these types of experiences a priority.
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Great movie
13 April 2011 | by (Somewhere or other) – See all my reviews

Excellent film. I bought it on a whim after seeing the trailer, not really expecting it to be such a great piece. After I started it, I at first I thought it plunged in too fast with too little introduction to the ride and the race, but as it played out, I saw that the characters had the space to develop during the ride. There was a real connection, and I found myself really rooting for the characters. Have I any criticism? No, none that I can really think of. It was weighted about right for me. It was paced beautifully. There was No forced narrative, no melodrama, just people in the landscape, doing their best. What all the best stories are about. Of course, I'm a cyclist, so I might be a touch biased, but I think even if you're not a cyclist, the scenery is breathtaking, and the human stories so engaging it will keep you with them all the way.


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