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Ride the Divide (2010)

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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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
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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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Mike Dion: I liken it to a vision quest; being out in nature and getting in touch with spirit.
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2700 miles from Canada to Mexico...
18 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

2700 miles from Canada to Mexico... on a bike! Extreme endurance stuff!! If you enjoy a challenge and like bikes, this is the documentary for you. It's made very much on the fly and is really just a document more than anything, but there's enough polish to help it along and the people are honest, tough and put it all out there. Guy Martins book talks about it and his own account is awesome, but it's great to see it on film, if just for the scenery alone. Not sure I'd be able to do this, but the thought is pretty cool.


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