This JANUARY 20th and 21st at MIDNIGHT, come checkout a series of bike riding films made by the LOS ANGELES bike riding community.


Official Debut of the Monday Night Rehab: Story of a Midnight Ride Leader documentary short film which tells the story of one ride leader's 9-5 day contrasted with him leading a group of 150+ cyclists through the streets of Los Angeles on a Monday night. Directed by Rick Darge. Produced by Mark Armes. Featuring John O'Snap Clark.

Los Angelopes, a short collage of freak bikes and confetti warfare. Visual documentation of their 3 year anniversary event where tall bikes and small bikes participate in an all day event of jousting, surfing the LA aqueducts and avoiding the police at all costs. Los Angelopes are a collective of midnight ridazz that specialize in creating, sharing and destroying art. Directed, Shot & Cut by Richie Thomassen.

Official Debut of the West Side Mosey sizzle video. A montage of color imagery mixed with electronica beats, documenting the West Side Mosey ride, a slow paced, party fueled, DJ-mixing adventure ride. Shot by Richie Thomassen & Directed by Rick Darge.

Bike love, the story about a girl and her love for her bike. Shot around Los Angeles and featuring an active member of the bike scene, bike love went on to become a viral hit after its debut 2 months ago. Starring Dee Dee K. Directed by Rick Darge.

Racing the End, shot and directed by Warren Kommers, tells the tale of the annual WOLFPACK HUSTLE all city race. Every year, hundreds of cyclists from around the globe meet in a donut shop parking lot in Hollywood. They compete for 27 miles along closed roads in the middle of the night while LA waits for the LA Marathon foot race the next morning.

Come check out cool bike culture movies made by the actual bike culture themselves.

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