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Seven months of filming, 10 countries and countless travelling miles later and Life on Wheels presented by Creative Concept and Cycles Lapierre is released today!
Following the Lapierre Gravity Republic team on their 2013 UCI World Cup and World Championship season, this film is about the characters and personalities behind who makes the team tick. From the riders to the mechanics and the management, everyone plays a part as we find out from the inside what the team is really like.
Starring Sam Blenkinsop, Loic Bruni, Emmeline Ragot and Loris Vergier and directed by Aaron Bartlett.
Presented by Creative Concept and Cycles Lapierre
Photos Copyright Paris Gore
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