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Break the Cycle film now available on iTunes

Saturday, December 18th, 2010

img_0116 Now you don’t have to deal with waiting around for your copy to be delivered. Break the Cycle is now available to download on iTunes Europe! You can get a digital copy of the film for only £5.67, or £1.89 per segment, so now you have no excuse not to have your own copy of one of the best biking movies of the year.

If you still want to get your hands on a physical copy there has never been any better time than now. The price has been reduced to £9.99 for a limited time only.  Go here to order your copy now!

Click on the link to take you to the store iTunes Store and download your copy of Break the Cycle

Buy the soundtrack on iTunes

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Break the Cycle film features music from some of the best bands in Ireland and beyond.  You can now download a selection of the tracks used in the film from iTunes as an iMix.

Go to Break the Cycle iMix on iTunes

Break the cycle now available in Japan!

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Break the Cycle film has had great success in Europe and now Champion Visions have taken on distribution in Japan.  BTC is available now through their online store.

wideopenmag review

Monday, January 4th, 2010

wide Issue 11 of wideopenmag – the free downloadable mountainbike magazine, features an in-depth interview and review of Break the Cycle.  They are also giving all readers the chance to win a copy of the DVD.  Head on on over to to download the latest issue.

Break the cycle premier

Monday, November 9th, 2009
p1000134 It was a long time coming, but Break the Cycle premier finally happened. The event started off with the RedBull reception at the Movie House cinema, on Dublin Road, Belfast. The night really did have a premier feel with most dressed up for the event.

After a stressful couple of hours setting up and orgainising I could finally sit down and enjoy the film along with everyone else. There were over 320 people in attendance, a wide mix of people from the biking community, and some just along to join in the fun.

The after party took place at AM:PM, and although quite a small venue I think most people had an amazing night. Check out the pics below courtesy of Marian Lamb from Cycling Ulster

If you were there please feel free to leave comments below – they will be moderated!