Here we present our final - and most informative - Streetfilm from Amsterdam. It provides a nice cross-section of commentary on life in the City of Bikes. If you'd like to skip directly to topics, we've grouped the comments under five general headings.
0:17 Rejecting the Automobile
2:15 A bike system that works for everyone
4:05 There's a science to what looks like "bicycle chaos"
5:55 Coming to The Netherlands from the United States
7:33 Dutch Bicycle Culture
Since it's officially the first week of Bike Month, we resurrected this 2003 bikeTV classic that was my first work to gain worldwide noterity in the alternative transportation world.
We hit the streets of Soho with the help of Bicycle Habitat's most famous mechanic Hal Ruzal - who humorously grades the bike locking ability of New Yorkers. Sure he's harsh, but also damn funny while dispensing useful anecdotes from his many decades in the biz. Hopefully you'll learn how to keep your bike safe and avoid a failing grade.
Note: Make sure to catch the sequel!
The music is "Home" by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros.
UrbanCincy's Jake Mecklenborg biked from Fountain Square to the Ohio Statehouse. Read the full story at: urbancincy.com/2013/07/video-biking-from-cincinnatis-fountain-square-to-the-ohio-statehouse-in-columbus/
Riding the Long White Cloud was a bicycle skate trip I was involved in. It was shot and edited by the Vancouver based FriendlyFire productions.
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Geoff Franklin makes wood and leather bike accessories and shares his thoughts on the term "handmade" and the design process.
Short documentary about Garry Beckett a Soigneur a track championships, shot on 16mm vimeo.com/63311902
New vid starring the one and only BikeSnob NYC