A detailed and highly revealing tale of one of cycling’s most extraordinary rivalries and one of the greatest Tours de France ever.
Pay $5 and watch it legally
ESPN doesn’t need my $5
By that logic neither does Woolworths – why don’t you go and help yourself to a magazine without paying.
So, is this illegal, on CT? Anyhow, I just went to ESPN. There was a review of the movie, but I totally failed to buy it. Neflix, if indeed they have it, is not available in Australia, so it says. I downloaded and installed ITunes, and it doesn’t seem to be there either. So just as well ESPN doesn’t need my $5.
Get a life mate, maybe go out for a bike ride for once you hack.
that’s fine, an unambiguous view on certain things like intellectual property really irritates some people. carry on.
If Hinualt wanted to, he could have won the Tour this year. It was all about having some fun with Lemond, and going out in style.
Didn’t look that way…
One of the rare cases where the movie is equally as good as the book. What a story, what a cast!
The book’s opening anecdote alone makes it better than the film, which was still very good
FWIW you can watch it in ESPN/FOXTEL this Sunday 03 Aug at 20.30 or 23.00. Avec, IMNSHO, alexroseinnes is correct.