Three Peaks Cyclocross 2019 - EF Gone Racing
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Our Judges say:
So cool to see the pros race this hard core community races.
Ed Birch Director of Salt-Street productions
Yorkshire Three Peaks, its really hard fell race, but for this one you're on a bike. Throw in a shell shocked foreign pro rider and the result is amazing!
A very well crafted account of a classic race.
A very British event indeed. My god indeed.
Claire Carter Writer, Film Officer for Kendal Mountain Festival, 'Creative Consultant'.
Glorious portrait of the three peaks cyclocross challenge
Paul Hodgson Music Judge
From mountain bike epics to week-long ultras, gravel dashes to cyclocross mayhem, a group of pioneering WorldTour cyclists from EF Education First swapped the rigours of road cycling for a look at the frontiers of the sport around the world in 2019. In collaboration with Rapha, they became the first team in pro-cycling history to race a calendar of alternative, mixed-terrain, multi-discipline events. Launched with a mutual ambition to change the presentation and appeal of professional cycling, the characters in the team raced at mass-participation events all over the world. The latest instalment of Rapha's EF Gone Racing saw Australian pro Lachlan Morton land in Yorkshire. An iconic race on the British cycling calendar, the Three Peaks Cyclocross event has drawn hundreds to the Dales for more than 50 years. But are these runners and riders, runners or riders? Tune in to find out how Morton fared on foot and in the saddle.