A few of my guilty pleasures:
The Greatest Show On Earth ('74 Giro)
Death on the Mountain: The Story of Tom Simpson
The Flying Scotsman, Graeme Obree biopic
The Triplets of Belleville (originally released in UK as Belleville Rendez-vous)
I've never heard of a fox hunt race in particular, but there is an extensive racing culture among bicycle couriers. These races are usually alleycat races, and generally involve riding to several checkpoints in sequence, sometimes performing tasks at those checkpoints.
Searching YouTube for bicycle messenger races, alleycat racing, and similar terms, will ...
Details original Bike used in the Tomb Raider movie 2018: SE Bikes Tripel, Saddle Books Champion Standard B17, Vera Citywide tire - SE Bikes logo on the front of the frame - handle grips purple - red pedal - Rear tire is possibly Kenda K-152. Kenda road tire in yellow.
details of bike
3 or 8 speed Shimano Internally Geared Hub in rear wheel, connected to Shimano revoshift shifter on the right hand.
Brooks saddle based on the badge on the back.
"Citiwide" brand front tyre (can't find this brand mentioned on the web)
Dual pivot rim brakes - They look curiously solid and thick.
Noted its a right-hand front-...
Well this specific one is no real event but as said before I think it is inspired by alleycat races.
In the mountainbike world there is actually a Fox Hunt Event organised by Red Bull: https://www.redbull.com/ie-en/events/red-bull-foxhunt
Although here the "Hounds" get a head start and the pro rider tries to get in front of the pack.
Because I'm a mountain bike guy, and I think the stories and shots are way more interesting (sorry roadies):
Where The Trail Ends
Strength in Numbers
Won't Back Down
And of course all the old-school freeride films like Kranked.
The frame looks very much like a generic Chinese singer speed frame. They are sold by countless brands.
I have a very similar bike which was sold as Leader, I think (I bought used). I replaced the rubbish brakes and finishing kit.
The sticker with the brand on the down tube is above the clear coat and peels off. It's quite flimsy. That indicates that the ...
Red bike looks to me like an On One Inbred, the head tube logo looks similar and the rear seat stays have a distinctive design.
Image source: Chris Berkley
Then the forks could be Rock Shox and brakes may be Avids, but v hard to tell with the image resolution (bikes aren’t the focus of the shots to be fair). Note that if you want one it’ll have to be ...
There are some moving clips at
but blurring detracts from the details
The red bike seems to be too small for the rider - which may be because he's just stolen it and has not adjusted to fit his height. Noted it has a front suspension and a disk brake.
Also, most of the bikes used in the film look like BSO MTBs with ...
2016ish SE Bikes Tripel.
Vera CityWide are Fuji eom tires, not sure that's the same?
Why the yellow tyre?
Im pretty sure thats a trainer specific tire like this
Looks like a fairly basic steel frame with 3-speed nexus hub. Pretty common for a lot of retailers to stock a bike like this, without a logo on the frame its hard work to say which ...
in response to comment by ukemi : Helmet is Rapha Giro Synthe
With refernce to "Unknowns" above : Panier Rack is Halfords https://www.halfords.com/cycling/bike-accessories/bike-pannier-racks/halfords-essentials-alloy-pannier-rack
Hell on Wheels is a German movie portraying Erik Zabel and Rolf Aldag during the Tour de France 2003. It gives quite some insights into cycling on that level (while it ignores doping and we meanwhile know that the participants did quite some doping during that time ...)