Focusing on the Danish team at the 2004 Tour de France, this documentary follows cycle guru Bjarne Riis as he tries to push his bikers to the limit in one of the most arduous cycle races in the world. A true test of physical and mental endurance and all the while the ever-present shadow of race legend Lance Armstrong spurs them on.

Year: 2005
Genre: Documentaries, Foreign Language Films, Sport, Scandinavian Cinema, Film Festivals 2006
Country: Denmark
Director: Tomas Gislason
Starring: Bjarne Riis, Ivan Basso, Carlos Sastre, Michelle Bartoli
Duration: 105 Minutes
Rating: M
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Documentary (Sport)



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