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Giuseppe Marinoni found his calling when he transitioned from champion cyclist to master bike craftsman. But after years hunched over toxic fumes, his passion almost killed him. Today, at age 75, Marinoni is back in top shape, and decided to attempt the world hour record for his age group, all on a bike he built with his own hands almost 40 years ago.

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Main credits

Girardin, Tony (film director)
Girardin, Tony (film producer)
Girardin, Tony (videographer)
Girardin, Tony (editor of moving image work)
Marinoni, Giuseppe (on-screen participant)
Marinoni, Simonne (on-screen participant)
Colnago, Ernesto (on-screen participant)
Couture-Glassco, Noah (film producer)

Other credits

Music, Alexander Hackett; filmed and edited by Tony Girardin.

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Distributor subjects

Italy, Recreation and Sports, Aging, Family Issues, International Realtions and Geopolitics, Canada, Aging and Geriatrics


Cycling, Canada, Competition, Aging, Speed Record, Health and Wellness, age records, Grand Prix, Marinoni Frames; "Marinoni"; First Run Features