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ASU Documentary “A Different Breed” Released

ASU Documentary “A Different Breed” Released
Kyle Bondo
  • On April 19, 2013
  • http://acccycling.org

BOONE, NC — This week the ACCC’s very own Appalachian State University (ASU) Cycling Team was treated to a rare gift by film producers Andrew Devier-Scott and Zach Drechsler. In what Devier-Scott and Drechsler tagged as “a bunch of dudes, and chicks, going real fast and kicking ass”, they unveiled their short documentary film featuring the exploits of the ASU Cycling Team during the 2013 road cycling season.

The film titled “A Different Breed” (now on Youtube.com) follows a day-in-the-life format of an ASU “Mountaineer” cyclist has he provides rider insight into what it takes to race in ACCC Division-One collegiate road cycling events. The film footage features exclusive coverage of the ASU Cycling team, and in ASU circles is consider to be what ASU Cycling Team President, Derek Whitescarver, described as “one of the sweetest things that [has] ever happened for the [ASU] cycling team!”

About the Production
The Appalachian State University “A Different Breed” documentary was produced and directed by Andrew DeVier-Scott and Zach Drechsler, with Special Thanks to John Michael Gorum, Zeb Ramsbotham, Jake Stroot, and the ASU Cycling Team; Music titled “Moving Mountains” by Nas Phantogram. The documentary footage was crafted from the ASU Cycling Team’s two home race venues, the road race in Bethel, and the crit in West Jefferson.

Atlantic Collegiate Cycling Conference
The Atlantic Collegiate Cycling Conference (ACCC) is a collection of cycling clubs representing colleges and universities from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina. We are one of eleven conferences that make up the collegiate program of USA Cycling, the national governing body of cycling in the United States. Our athletes compete in road, mountain, and cyclocross racing throughout the academic year at the conference level with hopes of qualifying for the USA Cycling Collegiate National Championships. For more information, please check out the ACCC website.