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2nd Last Chance DVD

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Catalogue No. VHOT6749 , Release Date: 11 December 2006
DVD (68 minutes)
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2nd Last Chance DVD - Description

It's all about fun, whether it's elbows out World Cup racing or roosting your local trails - every rider knows that feeling once you swing your leg over your bike.

2nd Last Chance closely follows the different elements of mountain biking, from World Cup racing, right back to the simplicity of just riding bikes for fun. The barrier between the two can be broken down, to reveal something special. Check out Ben Reid's amazing back garden, where the trails seem endless.

World Cup racing has never been so closely fought among the top dogs of the sport, yet they all do it for the same reason, the pure love of it! Once these boys get on their bikes, the riding is out of this world. See for yourself what makes Steve Peat the most consistent rider on the planet, and why Sam Hill is simply the most committed when it comes to cornering.

Check it out for yourself, you won't be disappointed.


  1. Intro
  2. Ben Reid's back garden: part one
  3. World Cup: Vigo
  4. Phil Saxena interview
  5. BMX flatland
  6. The Playground
  7. World Cup: Fort William
  8. Ben Reid's back garden: part two
  9. Breakfasts of Champions
  10. World Cup: Willingen
  11. Ben Reid's back garden: part three
  12. World Cup finals: Schladming
  13. The Athertons

Bonus chapters:

  1. World Cup: Vigo
  2. World Cup slide show: Vigo
  3. World Cup: Fort William
  4. Ravensdale
  5. World Cup: Willingen
  6. Alex Rankin's birthday
  7. World Cup finals: Schladming

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