BikingMan Corsica

Creating films that follow the worlds greatest unsupported cycling series through Oman, Corsica, Peru and Tawian.


Riders take on a 24hr non-stop cycling challenge like no other … all around Australia’s newest motorsport track the Bend, where the first event held there was not for cars but bicycles.


one man set out to run further than anyone on earth has run on a treadmill for 24hrs. a world record of stationery proportions.

MORE THAN MILES – Race Across America 2017

for over 3,000 miles teams race from coast to coast across the United States of America in one of the toughest cycling races on earth.

the SWIMSMITH – Manhattan NYC

an ordinary guy did an extraordinary thing … this is his story.


An extraordinary group of road cyclists race unsupported 5,500km across Australia from Fremantle to Sydney.

Rapha Prestige

Following the amazing life journey of Doug a 75 yo master cyclist from WA. Inspirational.

“Race to the Rock”

Race to the Rock 2016 is an unsupported 2,300 km ride from Adelaide to The Rock (Uluru known also colloquially as Ayres Rock) via the gruelling Mawson Trail and incredibly isolated desert Oodnadatta Track.

The route covers some rugged, remote country in the Australian outback. Different to a lot of bike-packing adventures, as Curve‘s Jesse Carlsson explains “this is not a ‘yeah two bottles will be fine’ sort of a ride”. The route demands respect, research and caution – and it’s with this approach that 20 racers leave Victoria Square at 6am on Saturday September 3rd.

Despite the complexity of the terrain and the task ahead, the racers take on three simple rules: Ride the full route. No drafting. No help that others couldn’t also get along the way.

Lleyton Hewitt – The Other Side

At the height of his career Lleyton brought us along to show his fans and the world what it like inside his world … the World of a No.1 …

3089 – the Race Across America

For 35 years RAAM has been challenging ultracyclists from around the globe to push their physical and mental limits to the farthest reaches. Starting in Oceanside, under one of the longest piers in California, RAAM spans 3000 miles, climbs 175,000 feet, crosses 12 states and finishes in Annapolis, Maryland, the east coast sailing mecca.

The route travels west to east, traversing three major mountain ranges (Sierra, Rocky and Appalachian), crosses four of America’s longest rivers (Colorado, Mississippi, Missouri and Ohio) and the Great Plains.  Also, passing through such iconic American landmarks as the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts, Monument Valley, Great Plains and Gettysburg.

Open to amateur and professional racers, in solo, 2, 4 and 8 person relay teams, there is no other race in the world comparable to RAAM.