Warriors of Cyclocross
Warriors of Cyclocross was shot at the Kansas City Cross Nationals last December. This gritty film features in depth coverage of the Junior Men 17-18, Under 23 Men, the Elite Women and the Elite Men championship races.
Warriors of Cyclocross Hybrid DVD. This DVD is a standard playable DVD that also has additional quicktime files of the film to play on your phone or other electronic device. Click on the top button on the right to purchase with free shipping for $15.
KC Mud Pack DVD: This DVD is a special edition of ZEROtraction that also contains Warriors of Cyclocross. The DVD also has special features like original trailers and the complete Steve Tilford interview conducted for ZEROtraction. Nearly two hours of great cyclocross content! Click on the second button on the right to purchase with free shipping for $27.99.
Jingle Cross Screening:
If you are planning to attend Jingle Cross in Iowa City you are in luck. Join us for the Jingle Cross Party Saturday evening, November 28th at the Airliner in Iowa City. You'll have the chance to meet some of the top riders in the country and see the newest cross film at the same time.
ZERO traction is a 67 minute cyclocross film shot entirely in high definition over four days in December of 2007 at the Cyclocross National Championships in Kansas City.
Zt gives you the real feel of what it is like to experience hard-core cyclocross racing in extreme weather conditions including driving snow, mud, ice and frozen mud. Zt features racing action shot in slow motion, alowing you to see details you never see with the naked eye. You’ll also see interviews from Steve Tilford, Ned Overend and elite men’s champion Tim Johnson. The film features action from 30 races cut to high energy music culminating with the exciting elite women's and men's championships.
Zt is a Roll Your Own Films production produced by Keith Walberg with additional support from Trek Bicycles and KLM Marketing.
Zero Traction film rundown:
Act one | Thursday December 13th
Questions or comments? Contact Keith Walberg here.