Former British national road champion cyclist David Millar takes on the Tour de France one last time in this exhilarating documentary.
Tickets: £8 / £7 Conc / £6 Students
Cycle Cinema: Screening at the courtyard next to The Engine Shed, Stirling.
Former British national road champion cyclist David Millar takes on the Tour De France one last time, in this immersive documentary. Take your experience to the next level and pedal along with the big screen action and power the film projector.
A sensory ride through the thrill and hardship of professional cycling. We are hurtled off a hillside, details blurring like watercolours. The euphoria and the fatigue, the highs and the lows. It’s as if it were ourselves struggling through the bumpy roads of France. David bluntly and fearlessly narrates his last season in the saddle, intimate and immediate, along with the intricate relationships of cyclist, road crew, fellow competitors, manic fans, and the media circus surrounding it all.
*Please note if you have chosen to collect your tickets from the Box Office, these can be picked up in the marquee before the film starts at 6pm.
More about Cycle Cinema
We’re bringing Cycle Cinema to the heart of Stirling this summer - our contribution to Festival 2018; the dynamic cultural event that's running as part of Glasgow 2018 European Championships. In our tented Cinema you can be entertained from your seat or join in the pedalling to power the projector!
Daytime: 10.30am to 4.30pm
Drop-in to enjoy live coverage of Championship events, sports-theme documentaries and short films. You can also volunteer to provide some pedal-power and an accessible bike with a hand crank on site.
Cycle Cinema is supported by Festival 2018, Stirling Council & Historic Environment Scotland