Reveal the Path (2012)

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Reveal the Path is a genre-defying adventure film that contemplates what it means to live an inspired life using the bicycle as a mechanism to explore, dream and discover.


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Reveal the Path is a genre-defying adventure film that contemplates what it means to live an inspired life using the bicycle as a mechanism to explore, dream and discover.

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Explore. Dream. Discover.



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Jez Hastings: If we open ourselves to the path we can experience so many more things. Sometimes we're overtaken in our lives with the target.
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Path To What?
6 March 2014 | by (West of the Plains) – See all my reviews

This is a documentary about a group of sponsored cyclists that spout bits of drink-fueled wisdom, go to scenic places, ride expensive bikes, and wear expensive gear, all very pretentiously. It doesn't seem to really be about bicycling, but non-cyclists will not find anything of interest either. For comparison, if you liked "Ride The Divide", featuring some of the same cyclists, this will be a disappointment.

The production quality is OK and the scenery is pretty good but any footage that may contain anything interesting is missing. Many times we see the rider ride up to the camera's location and say something that makes you wish you'd seen where he'd been, but somehow the camera always misses the action. The characters involved are very easy to dislike and they don't even seem to get along with each other all that well. They are so very serious about what they say, but it's all just vapid nonsense. But then again, most athletes should not be allowed to speak on camera without a script, or they should stick to things they know, like lifting heavy things or how to go fast, definitely not philosophy.

Being a cyclist and sometime bike builder and having followed Matthew Lee's career, I was excited to see this show up on Netflix. What a bummer. I tried first to watch it with my wife. She turned it off after about ten minutes and I didn't complain. I tried again later in the evening to see if I could make sense of it. Nope, still doesn't work. Even being in the most relaxed receptive mood possible, and watching a documentary about something I immensely enjoy, Lee and the rest of the cyclists in this documentary only reveal the path to boredom.

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