Through special arrangement with Regal, Edwards and UA Cinemas throughout the United States, the new documentary feature MAMIL (Middle Aged Men in Lycra) will be presented in a one-night-only event screening at more than 300 theaters, including those in major markets New York,  Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Miami, San Diego, Denver, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, San Francisco, Sacramento, Boston, Indianapolis and Minneapolis.

MAMIL captures on film the spirit and the members of a movement that is growing throughout the world — middle-aged men taking to their cycles and biking through mountains, city streets, you name it, all in the name of CYCLING.  Some do it for health, some for love, others just to clear their heads and face the world.  And despite all the crashes, mega-pricey carbon fiber cycles, and wives worrying that they’ve been replaced by two wheels and a $1,200 bicycle seat, these guys wouldn’t have it any other way.

Filmed in the U.S., Australia and the U.K., MAMIL is a celebration of the love that can finally be shared – that of man for bike.  You might be in an LGBT cycling club in New York or Christian in the Midwest; you might be a lawyer or a cancer survivor, you might be hauling your middle-aged belly over the next hill, or speeding along the open road, but you still thrill to the meditation of the bike.

What the cycling press is saying about MAMIL:

“MAMIL offers a fresh perspective by introducing us to the everyday dads (and other men) who happen to be cycling diehards.”         ……….

“Kudos to the film’s directors”         ………. Canadian Cycling Magazine

“This film is an absolute celebration of the unabashed, unapologetic world of the MAMIL.”                ………. 

MAMIL is presented in the U.S. by Demand Film, through special arrangements with Regal, Edwards and UA Cinemas.  Seats must be reserved in advance.  For a complete list of theaters and to reserve seats for the one-night-only event screening, go to

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