The Old World is the cinematic celebration biking deserves

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Watch the digital premiere of The Old World, a new all-discipline bike movie that's screening on Red Bull TV for a 48-hour window from 5pm UTC on December 4.
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Now available to watch on Red Bull TV for a limited 48-hour period is the digital premiere of The Old World, a spectacular new feature film that looks to go beyond the usual narrative of biking movies. Shot throughout Europe, the full-length blockbuster brings together the continent's best bike athletes to tell stories from seven different countries.

Watch The Old World Film:

Bike · 1 h 9 min
The Old World
Different to the usual action-led bike films, The Old World follows newcomer Bless Amada on a trip through a fantastic world of imagination that opens up to the wildest dreams of biking. Shot in a dedicated way, each country segment portrays a certain discipline and mindset in order to showcase Europe's diverse riding culture and contrasting landscapes.

When can I watch The Old World premiere?

Our exclusive digital premiere of The Old World will be available to watch from 5pm UTC (6pm CET) on December 4 to 5pm UTC (6pm CET) on December 6 on Red Bull TV. If you miss out on the premiere, don't worry, the film will return to the Red Bull TV movie line-up next year for an extended stay. The Red Bull TV page for the film will also permanently host behind-the-scenes clips from The Old World when the initial 48-hour window to exclusively watch the film expires.
Nico Vink performing during the filming of The Old World feature film.
Nico Vink against the setting sun
Athletes featured in the film include Emil Johansson, Chris Akrigg, Rachel Atherton, Diego Caverzasi, Matthias Dandois, Nico Vink, Bruno Hoffmann, Vincent Tupin, Dawid Godziek, Szymon Godziek and Nico Scholze. Locations featured include La Poma Bike Park in Spain, Châtel in France, Strada in Norway, Berlin and Paris.
The Old World is a Tillmann Brothers production co-produced by Red Bull Media House.