Abicyclette Films

Videos of the team and trips

Leave with our mountain bike instructors, Adrien, Nicolas, Pierre and Fabien, to attack the Monts d’Arrée in Brittany. A film directed by Kévin Leduc.

On the fun and technical trails of the Armorican Massif, the 4 escape companions have fun on a mountain bike between Roc’h and forests. Natural and wild landscapes, an immense playground in which the force of the elements transports  and revitalises you in depth. Do not forget, the wheels here tread a land of legends …

Thanks to:
Director: Kévin Leduc
Music: “Thin Walls” – Then What – Balthazar
Technical Partners: TwoNav – Affysport Hydrenergy 4


As part of the Anjou Vélo Vintage 2013 and with the support of Grand Saumur, the team ABICYCLETTE, their family and friends, gathered to celebrate the event. A film directed by Kévin Leduc.

As part of the Anjou Vélo Vintage 2013 and with the support of Grand Saumur, the team ABICYCLETTE, their family and friends, gathered to celebrate the event and enjoy the banks of the Loire, reserved for bikes for the occasion. Discover or rediscover in vintage mode one of the most beautiful villages of France Montsoreau, Turquant, troglodyte village, wines and specialties of the Loire Valley.

Thanks to:
Music : “New Different Beauty” – SUPER VIOLET – soundcloud.com/super-violet
Textile creations and costume tips: Elise Tsikis : http://www.elisetsikis.com/
Visit the Grand Saumur : ot-saumur.fr/
Bruneau Wine Estate in Turquant: domaine-bruneau.com
Courrier de l’Ouest : courrierdelouest.fr/saumur


 

During a weekend between Saint-Malo and Mont Saint-Michel, one of our groups took part in filmmaking on their cycling holidays. A film directed by Kévin Leduc, assisted by Maxence Jampierre.

During a weekend, one of our groups took part in filmmaking on their cycling holidays..Between Saint-Malo and Mont Saint-Michel, a cycling route on the banks of the Rance and the Emerald Coast which offers a lot of geographical and heritage curiosities.The weather was typically Breton, but the conviviality, the good humor and the gastronomic pleasures comforted all our small group of cyclo-travelers!

Thanks to:
A film directed by Kévin Leduc, assisted by Maxence Jampierre
Direction assistance: Laura Le Merrer; Jérémy Bleunven; Sophie Marc
Music: Klark (James Mireau): Heart Down Low – 2012 – James Mireau
Technical partner: TwoNav https://www.compegps.com


 

At world’s end – TRAIL IN BREIZH
On the GR34 to the Pointe du Raz, trail runners run until dusk! Film directed by Danaë C. Alkinomial, assisted by Kévin Leduc and Jocelyn Denis.

GR34, THE TRAIL RUNNERS PATH

 

In the beginning of May, the legs of eight of my friends, mine as well as those our faithful companion Trap ‘, were itchy. It was time to get back into shape before a busy and thrilling summer season.

So I allowed myself to concoct a short recovery program:

200Km from Brittany! 200km by the customs footpath, the coastal GR 34, with landscapes as sumptuous as they are unstable, to be shared running!

In our luggage were added three other friends who can never travel without their big lenses … They promise us unforgettable pictures!

Review of this great weekend (May 3 to 7), sandy and rocky trails never stop going up and down for almost five hours per day. They took us from Cape de la Chèvre (southern tip of the Crozon peninsula) to the sublime Pointe du Raz, the Pen ar Bed *, the world’s end of our old continent.

The stages of our daily trails also brought us to one of the Breton summits, the Menez-Hom; through enchanting forests to the city of Locronan; or on the port of Douarnenez, meeting racing yachts.

A big thank you and a big congratulations to Aurore, Danae, Elise, Antoine, Ben, Fab, Flo, Jocelyn, Kevin, Nico, Sylvain and Trap who participated in this fast-paced adventure!

* Pen ar bed (Breton): World’s end


 

The TERRAVTT guides scouting in Scotland, the result: 400KM, 7000m of positive elevation, good old-fashioned fun, good sensations, beautiful human stories … A film directed by Danaë C. Alkinomial.

400KM MTB IN THE HIGHLANDS

Itinerary: Fort Williams to Inverness on the north shore of the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness in 3 days, then Inverness to Fort Williams along the south shore of Loch Ness and across the mountains to Laggan. Ride on the Laggan Wolf Track and the Fort Williams Bike Park