For as long as I’ve been making these, people have been asking how long it takes. Now you can see for yourself (sort of).
The finished video is here: https://https://cyclocosm.com/2017/05/how-the-race-was-won-giro-ditalia-2017-stages-10-15/, though the kitchen sequence is actually from here: https://https://cyclocosm.com/2017/05/how-the-race-was-won-giro-ditalia-2017-stages-5-9/. Stages 1-4, if you’re curious, are here: https://https://cyclocosm.com/2017/05/how-the-race-was-won-giro-ditalia-2017-stages-1-4/
And the Recon Ride (Rest Day Round-Up?) recorded (off-camera) between segments here: https://https://cyclocosm.com/2017/05/the-recon-ride-podcast-giro-ditalia-2017-rest-day-round-up-ii/
thoughts on “How The How The Race Was Won Was Made”
I must say i’ve always appreciated your videos but after watching this i appreciate them even more!
Thanks for pulling back the curtain! I agree with Jerome: Hard not to appreciate your vids even more after seeing how you go about it.
Love the way the beer moves around on the desk seemingly of its own accord…
Ace, I knew it was a lot of work, this is a big dedication to produce this quality content. Well done. Now I wonder How The How The How The Race Was Won Was Made Was Made.
How The Race Was Won has really taught me how to watch a bike race, and it has made me into a big cycling fan knowing how many tactical aspects there are to a bike race. Thanks for teaching me! Also: I’m dutch and thus very happy 🙂
Thanks for putting the time in these videos. UGA tee shirt?
Mt Greylock Regional High School, But the logo is very similar. I bought in a fundraiser for the XC ski team last winter.
Someone get this man a growler! Bravo!! Much respect for your dedication and work, always enjoy the recap videos you provide. Cheers