Film ‘Road To Roubaix’ premieres in New York City

June 1 at the Bicycle Film Festival

Paris-Roubaix, on the big screen.

Masterlink Films announces the world premiere of its first feature-length documentary film, Road To Roubaix, at the Bicycle Film Festival on June 1, 2008 in New York City.


According to directors David Deal and David Cooper, Road To Roubaix takes moviegoers along for the epic one-day, 112-year-old professional road race Paris-Roubaix, which features over 160 miles of the most difficult terrain the riders will encounter all season. The film includes interviews with the biggest names in cycling: Lance Armstrong, Tom Boonen, Fabian Cancellara, Juan Antonio Flecha, Sean Kelly, Jean Marie Leblanc and many more.

The film combines rare, behind-the-scenes footage, stunning panoramic views of the race, and a collection of archival and contemporary still images that most people never see, reminiscent of A Sunday In Hell, the 1976 classic arthouse film by Jorgen Leth.


The trailer for Road To Roubaix can be viewed at