For two years the crew of 3 MINUTE GAPS have followed the
world’s best mountain bike racers around the globe documenting them as
they trained, prepared, rode, ate, traveled, raced, celebrated,
commiserated, and made sacrifices simply because of the weight of
ambition to be the fastest. There is no truer, more accurate and
intimate depiction of the hallowed worlds of the very best World Cup
riders than 3 MINUTE GAPS.
Filmed in Australia, Brazil, Canada,
Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Slovenia, South Africa,
Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA, and every round of the 2009 and
2010 World Cup Series and World Championships.
Director Clay Porter has traveled the world capturing a story of triumph and struggle.
multiple World Champions to future World Champions - including Gee
Atherton, Sam Hill, Aaron Gwin, Sam Blenkinsop, Brendan Fairclough, Greg
Minnaar, Andrew Neethling, Danny Hart, Matti Lehikoinen, Ben Reid, and
Josh Bryceland - this film chronicles the new breed of racers who are
re-shaping modern downhill racing, and indeed, riding.
is more than a Post-It note stuck on a page of mountain bike history,
it is a leather bound pop-up book printed on sheets of polished stone
with a crystal ball for the contents. For years to come this movie will
still be referenced in conversations and discussions about when riding
- Seb Kemp
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