London To Paris Oct 9, 2009

LONDON TO PARIS from Amazing Grace on Vimeo.

You might have caught a premature post I made this morning about the London to Paris video up on All or Nothing Productions, because of scheduling conflicts, I had to take it down. Well, if you didn’t catch it, here it is again with more information!

‘London to Paris’, directed by Grace Ladoja, documents 10 riders from all over the world making the track bike journey from London to Paris to meet Lance Armstrong as the Tour De France 2009 comes to a close. Made in association with Nike Sportswear’s CTRS project, the film’s NYC premiere is set for late October 2009…for

About the shoe/ Nike
“Eight hand-picked bicycle riders from around the world came together this Summer for one cause: LIVESTRONG. Each cyclist created their own version of the Nike Air Zoom Tiempo, a footwear style based off of the popular soccer shoe, but newly adapted specifically for city cycling. Bonding over color swatches and carbon frames, seven of the eight guys took on their own challenge, a journey across the European countryside on fixed gear bikes. The crew rode from London to Paris to attend the STAGES art show with Lance on June 26th, where just a few hours earlier he completed the last stage of the Tour de France.

London to Paris, 220 miles, 3 days, fixed gear bikes…What’s the worst that could happen?”


  • sean

    looks fucking cool =), i love the beer in the drink bottle

  • kanon08

    How do I join this next time?

  • Chris Sans

    dude. thats fucking rightious. i would love to do that. 3 days for 220 is nothing. except for maybe the hills, but still. those dudes had all their gear in the car following them. ive done centuries fixed with my bag loaded for training. damn. jealous.

  • kyle

    thanks for the post Prolly.

    not sure how you find things so fast sometimes, you’re like the TMZ of bike blogs.

    take care of the foot.

  • dontcoast

    whats the worst that could happen? the support car could break down! oh no!

    nike rides…meh. seems like a sweet ride to do, just get yerself a pack :P