Heroic Cycling's Era
d'Italia 1961, Carmagnola
- Milano-Torino 1969 (Zilioli, Aldo Moser, Matteo Cravero, Adorni)
- Alfredo Martini
- Mi-To 1969 (Bitossi)
- Video Shoot for "La Storica", 2012
- Mi-To 1969 (Michelotti)
- Giro d'Italia 1964, Bra
- Tour de France 1956 (Bobet)
- Tour de France 1956 (Defilippis)
- Tour de France 1956 (Geminiani)
- Tour de France 1956 (Gaul?)
- Giro d'Italia 2000, Saluzzo
- Giro d'Italia 1999, Bra
- Tour de France 1997, Alp d'Huez
- Tour de France 1998, Deux Alpes
- Giro d'Italia 2000, Sestriere
- Milano Torino 1995
- Giro d'Italia 2000, Sestriere
- Giro d'Italia 2002, Fossano
On May 27th we've filmed the Under 23 edition of Paris-Roubaix, the Roubaix Espoirs won by Bob Jungels of Leopard-Trek.
We were there to shoot the race of Ignazio Moser, son of three time Paris-Roubaix winner Francesco Moser and one of the characters of the documentary movie.
It was really "A Sunday in Hell", windy, sunny & hot as well as very dry & dusty!
After 90 kms of the 180 to be done, the peloton exploded: after every cobbles sector riders were so exausted… and they still had to do all the 2nd half of the race!
Wacth a photo gallery about Trevigiani Team at the Paris-Roubaix Espoirs HERE
A day with journalist Gianni Mura
In January 2012 we've been in the offices of newspaper "La Repubblica", Milan, to film a long interview with Gianni Mura.
Gianni Mura defines himself a "Suiveur", as in France was called the journalists who phisically "followed" the riders by car.
Since 1967, any given july he moves to France to follow the Tour de France, and from there he narrates of epic gestures, of defeats and great victories, of stories of life and death (from Simpson to Casartelli), of men and their "chansons de gestes".
Writing his articles with his Olivetti Lettera 32, Gianni Mura has created his own, unique style, and he will help us to define and to describe cycling as a matter of passion, of human stories and sentiments.
Davide Rebellin, nicknamed "the altar boy" for his church participation when he was a child and for his quiet and innocent look, since twenty years he has been one of the most determined, aggressive and successful riders in the bunch.
Rebellin made his professional debut in 1992, and since then he has collected many victories, especially during the "classical" one-day races like the Amstel Gold Race, the Flèche Wallonne (3 times), the Liege-Bastogne-Liege and the Tre Valli Varesine.
On August 9, 2008, on his thirty-seventh birthday, he won the silver medal at the Beijing Olympics, but almost a year later, because of new stricter tests on blood samples, he tested positive for Cera.
A new phase of David Rebellin's career started from that moment: infamy, charges of doping and a two years disqualification.
He returned to races after a those two years-ban and, on August 2011, just few days after his 40th birthday, he won the Tre Valli Varesine for the second time in his career.
Lights and shadows, a personal line that could be seen as a metaphor of professional cycling, and that is important to tell and to remember.
Two days at BMC Training Camp, Denia, Spain (Jan 2012)
We've had the chance to meet the new "dreamteam" of Cycling ( not so lucky in 2012), with champions like Cadel Evans, Thor Hushovd, Philippe Gilbert, Alessandro Ballan and many other great riders.
We've filmed the team's preparation and a little training session over the hills of Spain.
We've been two days in Trento, for a full-immersion into the history of cycling.
Francesco Moser, one of the greatest champions ever (273 total victories!) now is an appreciated winemaker, and spends his days in the vineyards
(see video on the right if you don't believe it!)
His son Ignazio is a young and promising athlete, at his 1st year in the Elite category(at the end of 2012, Ignazio has approded to BMC Team)
His approach to cycling is diffrent from his father's one: Ignazio loves cycling, but he think his father sometimes "exaggerated with all that training".
This meeting gives us a full and beep portrait of what cycling was in the 70's and 80's, and what cycling has become nowadays.