The University of Central Lancashire, in Preston is showing four iconic cycling films this weekend in their new independent cinema. The weekend of films kicks off tomorrow night with Red Light Go and continues through to Sunday evening.

Entry is £4.80 for adults, £3.20 for members and concessions and £2.50 for accompanied children. More information at www.uclan.ac.uk/cinema or call 01772 892713.

Friday March 23 ? 19.30
Red Light Go
New York City bike messengers race through the city in rush hour, stopping for no one.

Saturday March 24 ? 16.30
Belleville Rendez-vous
Touchingly surreal French animation about a kidnapped Tour de France rider being rescued by his mother ad her pet dog.

Saturday March 24 ? 19.30
Overcoming
Half documentary, half advert, the cameras follow Bjarne Riis and the CSC team over the course of the 2004 season offering some intriguing insights in to the dynamics of the team and psychology of a Tour rider.

Sunday March 25 ? 19.30
ROAM
Beautifully filmed extreme mountain bike film featuring some of the best mtbers around.

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