Posts Tagged ‘Lucas Brunelle’

Lucas Brunelle – Line of Sight

July 23rd, 2010 [print] No comments

Man, I love me some Lucas Brunelle.  Although I’m not as masochistic as he is, his NYC videos are what made me want to ride that city as bad as I did.  In fact, I’m not exaggerating when I say the single best ride I’ve ever had was along the coast of Brooklyn, and up through Manhattan after dark last April, weaving in an out of traffic and sprinting down open streets.  Most of my day rides also came close to that much fun, even the one that ended on a bad note.  I don’t know if I would have had such a lust for riding through NYC had I not spent a couple years watching Lucas’ videos as they showed up online.

Anyway, he now has an upcoming DVD of some great rides throughout some of the world’s busiest cities, called Line of Sight.  Check out the trailer below to get an idea of what’s to come…

If you want to know when the DVD becomes available in October 2010, check his website:

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Lucas Brunelle

January 27th, 2008 [print] No comments

I found this guy’s Mexican Highway video (posted below) on YouTube awhile back.  From there, I found his website with a ton of interesting bicycling videos he’s made over the years.  Watch the video below, then check out the rest here.  Other than the Mexican Highway, I’d have to say the one with he and some friends riding on the iced-over Charles River is my favorite.



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