Graeme Obree’s Battle Mountain film, which follows the former world champion and Hour record holder’s attempt to break the International Human Powered Vehicle Association’s speed record in 2013, is now available to pre-order on iTunes.
A DVD is also in the pipeline for the film, which Obree says has received a “tremendous” reception from the cycling community, and a download for Android devices will be coming “very soon.”
The documentary has been touring cinemas across the UK in recent months, often accompanied by a Q&A session with Obree himself, and further screenings are scheduled.
You can find out more details about the Kickstarter-funded film here, including future screenings.
Battle Mountain will be released on iTunes on 4 July, costing £9.99, and can be pre-ordered here.
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