Movie Nights are back!
Come join your SRCC cycling buddies for dinner & movie night
Sports Basement Santa Rosa
1970 Santa Rosa Avenue,
Thursday, November 21
RSVP required (email@example.com)
Bonus - Sports Basement will be offering discount shopping coupons!
Gather at 5:30 pm for some socializing and dinner (pizza) before the lights go down and we start the show at 6 pm. Note new time due to a full length two-hour movie, this allows some time to use that coupon after ending about 8 pm. The next movie is inJanuary so this is it for holiday shopping. The movie is 'American Flyers' with Kevin Costner in his early days.
Movie only-no charge
Dinner/pizza $10 at the door, RSVP so I know how many!!
RSVP via reply email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1985. Back when bikes had real toe clips, exposed cables, true friction shifting and leather hairnets instead of helmets.
The 7-Eleven team that is featured in the movie was a real life team that competed in the Tour de France and Giro d'Italia in the '80s. The team was later sponsored by Motorola ( and then Lance). Much of the race action was filmed at the Coors Classic, a now-defunct stage race that was one of the world's leading cycling events at the time of the film. Two stages in the film's featured race, the Morgul-Bismarck circuit race in Boulder and the "Tour of the Moon" at Colorado National Monument, were legendary Coors Classic stages.
Cyclist Eddy Merckx makes a brief appearance, starting stage 1. The character, Barry 'The Cannibal' Muzzin, played by Luca Bercovici was based on Eddy Merckx, who was also called 'The Cannibal'. Jennifer Grey made an appearance as a blind date, made hysterical by the brothers' arguing.