There's a New Docuseries About Jumbo-Visma Cycling Team Coming to Amazon
When we heard that it was coming a couple months ago, we immediately got excited. A multi-episode documentary series about one of our favorite pro-cycling teams, Jumbo-Visma coming to a major streaming platform? Yes, please!
But details of the upcoming docuseries “All in: Team Jumbo-Visma” have been few and far between. Until now, that is. Finally, we have a few answers!
When will "All in: Team Jumbo-Visma" be available for streaming?
We’ll start with arguably the most important question first: when will we be able to watch this series?
According to the Dutch media, who were treated to an advanced screening of the first two episodes and are already calling it “an asset to cycling,” the six-episode series will debut on Amazon Prime on March 1.
What is it about?
Among the emotional story lines that are part of the series is Jonas Vingegaard's unforgettable battle with Tadej Pogačar for the 2022 TdF win. Viewers are taken behind the scenes and shown the emotional and physical toll that competing in the Tour de France takes on the riders and their loved ones, and the lengths to which these athletes push their bodies for their teams' victory.
Cycling is getting its own “appointment television.”
It's an exciting thing for us as racing fans and cycling nerds to have so many great things to watch right now. Lifetime released “The Call of a Life” Time a couple of months ago, a reality series about gravel racing we'd recommend. It's free to watch on YouTube.
An episode of the fantastic Netflix Series “Human Playground” is about Trek-Segafredo’s Ellen van Dijk and Paris-Roubaix Femmes last Fall.
All we can say is, more please!
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