Lucas Brunelle is best known amongst urban cyclists for his incredible, and incredibly risky, helmet cam footage of alleycat racing from around the world. Earlier this year he released “Line of Sight,” a full-length documentary collecting his best footage from the past decade of filming. He grew up in Martha’s Vineyard, an island seven miles off the coast in the Atlantic Ocean, best known for its presidential getaways. Lucas’s first bicycle was a Diamond Back BMX that he loved to ride around the island with his friends, exploring by bicycle, learning the ins and outs of riding through trial and error. Lucas was an outcast in his youth but found fast friends riding his bicycle.