So before I say anything else I would like to make it perfectly clear that “LINE OF SIGHT” by LUCAS BRUNELLE is my new all time favorite movie to watch when it comes to cycling. This movie had me in aww from the opening scene. This is some of the most intense racing footage I have ever scene from anyone in a long time. I really love what LUCAS has to say about what its like to ride your bike and race trough traffic and how it was an art what we do in these blind spots that we live and ride in everyday. After watching this I have a new found love for what I consider to be my biggest passion in life which is riding bikes. To me there is no better feeling than zipping through traffic and battling cars for position and sometimes even beating them for miles of city streets by dodging cars and running red lights and stop signs. To me that is priceless and one of the greatest feelingS in the world. So if you love to ride your bike as much as I do and if you love riding fast you are going to fall in love with LUCAS BRUNELLES’S “LINE OF SIGHT” SO PLEASE DO NOT BE FOOLED BY HOLLYWOOD GARBAGE AND FAKE BIKE STUNTS LIKE IN THE NEW MOVIE THAT IS SET TO COME OUT TODAY “PREMIUM FAIL” .. I MEAN “RUSH”. IF I WERE YOU I WOULD SAVE MY MONEY I WOULD HAVE WASTED AT THE MOVIE THEATER AND PAY $20 TO BUY A COPY OF LUCAS BRUNELLE’S “LINE OF SIGHT”. #YOUKNOWWAZGOOD
Line of Sight is the inside story of underground bicycle racing around the word. Through the lens of his helmet cameras viewers are transported into the wild and dangerous world of Alleycat racing: where high speeds, traffic, and pedestrians combine with riders hell-bent on victory at any cost. Lucas keeps pace with some of the best urban riders in the world in their natural element, including Shino, Ted Shred, Chas, Jumbo, Kevin Porter, Felipe “The King”, Austin Horse, Crihs, and Alfred Bobe Jr.
More than just a montage of vehicle-dodging, fast paced action, Line of Sight also gives the viewers an insight into the community of bicycle messengers who run and participate in these underground races. Director Benny Zenga turns the cameras back on Lucas, his compatriots, and on the incredible cities where they run wild on the streets. The end result? A world tour of the urban jungles of New York to the actual jungles of Guatemala, from the narrow maze of London streets to the Great Wall of China.
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