1. New York City's only bicycle Track: Kissena Velodrome


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    A late afternoon at the track, never had so much fun on a bike ;). Shot with the Panasonic GH1, for more info how this video was shot and if the camera survived please visit my blog http://www.mikekobal.com/blog/?p=531 Rider: Thomas Hassler Music: "Let's push things forward" by http://www.the-streets.co.uk/ follow me on Instagram,daily feeds http://instagram.com/mikekobal/

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    • Follow Your Way - Chile


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      Second part of our travel - almost 4 months of cycling through the amazing Chile. After a really tough start we fell in love with our bikes, but first of all we fell in love with the country. Few things come to my mind when I think 'Chile': beautiful landscapes, difficult past, very friendly and helpful people and unfortunately, a lot of hidden, mainly environmental problems (contamination from mines, HidroAysén project). It was a really wonderful time. Many thanks to all good people we've met on our way! ------------- At the beginning I lost my 7D body (taken away by Pacific Ocean...) with some of the equipment, so I had to buy a cheaper, but still very good 60D. author: Bartosz Lisek gear: Canon EOS 7D, 60D + EF 24-105mm f/4L, EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5, Fader ND; GoPro Hero HD2 music: "Experience" by Ludovico Einaudi ------------- our blog: http://iscswojadroga.pl/ Patagonia without dams campaign: http://www.patagoniasinrepresas.cl/final/

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      • Experiments in Speed


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        Experiments in speed. Inspired by those great men of the salt flats, those men that in the 60s pushed the Land Speed Record from the 300s up towards the 600mph mark in jet-propelled cars built in their sheds. We decided to do what we do: build a bicycle, but this time, in the spirit of those pioneers of speed, build it to see how fast we could go… donhoubicycles.com spindleproductions.co.uk Director | Greg Hackett Editor | Tim Swaby Production Company | Spindle Productions Sound Recordist | Adam Williams Camera Assistant | Greg Harris Production Assistant | Dickon Ireland Aerial Cameras | Ben Kenobe Ben Sturgess Chris Ridley Photographer | Tristan Conor Holden Composer | Daniel J. Harvey

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        • Brussels Express


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          A documentary about bike messengers in Brussels, the most congested city in Europe with only 4% cycling traffic. Please watch in fullscreen. (2012 - 19 min) Directed, shot & edited by Sander Vandenbroucke 2nd camera: David Doom Music: Mathieu Vandekerckhove Translations: Thierry Eeckhout http://www.brusselsexpressfilm.be/ http://www.facebook.com/BrusselsExpressFilm

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          • The Road From Karakol


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            www.outdoorresearch.com www.ducttapethenbeer.com In summer 2011, Outdoor Research athlete Kyle Dempster took off on his bike across Kyrgyzstan with a couple mostly-accurate maps, a trailer full of climbing gear, and a vocabulary of 10 Kyrgyz words. He spent two months pedaling and pushing the bike more than 1200 km on roads of variable states of neglect, wading through wild rivers, dealing with corrupt military checkpoint staff, and soloing a handful of unclimbed alpine rock and mixed routes. He recorded the journey, his camera his only partner, friend, and sometimes the only receiving end of his conversations for days at a time. In 2013, Kyle’s self-shot footage of his journey in Kyrgyzstan made it to the desk of filmmakers Fitz Cahall and Austin Siadak, who were asked to look at the footage and see if there might be enough to chop together a 4-minute climbing film. They saw a lot more potential in it, and turned it into the 25-minute “The Road From Karakol,” which debuted at the 5Point Film Festival and took home the Best In Fest award. Music Artist: Lemolo Song: Open Air Artist: Exit Music Song: Modern Age Original score by Amy Stolzenbach

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            • Follow Your Way - Argentina


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              ** Please read this comment: https://vimeo.com/122515337#comment_13088639 ** IMPORTANT NOTE: This video is not trying to deliver any political ideologies. Characters like Ernesto Guevara, Eva Perón or Jorge Videla are part of Argentina's history and by introducing them I don't mean to judge anything. I'm fully aware of controversies and don't want to be a part of dispute. ** The third part of our travel ­- 5 months in the midst of the vast land of Argentina. It's not easy to plan your journey when you cycle trough the country that is 3,650 km long and has more than 1,400 km at its widest point. In the beginning we had a strong feeling that because of our 'limits' we're missing a lot. Then a moment came when we realized that it wasn't about places you visited, but people, smells, tastes and before all about those magic moments which were inexplicably unique for every of us. Instead of breathtaking landscapes I'll always remember hundreds of curious loud parrots following my bike in the middle of nowhere, 85 ­years old gaucho one day of horse riding from his herds and faces of people dancing in boliche club. Argentina... It's amazing that you can find so many different worlds in one single country. Sometimes you can feel almost like in Europe, sometimes you start wondering if you're already in Bolivia. On the top of Argentina's amazing identity lies enormous labirynth of Buenos Aires with it's own contrasts. Villa miseria surrounded by modern skyscrapers, homeless sleeping next to the fancy restaurants and goverment buildings. Weak currency and high inflation rate touch everyday life of many Argentinians. Deforestation in the north and tentacles of Monsanto are even more serious problems because of having long term effects. I know that trying to describe the beautiful soul of Argentina with words is pointless... I'm not sure if my images caught at least a little piece of it but I'm sure that I left piece of my heart somwhere across the ocean. Thank you Argentina. Thank you South America. ------------- music: "The Aviators" (Extended Version) by Helen Jane Long audio in order of appearance: - "Milonga de dos hermanos" by Jorge Luis Borges - Jorge Videla during press conference in 1979 - mother of the Plaza de Mayo (from "Madres coraje: Madres de Plaza de Mayo" documentary) - football commentary by Víctor Hugo Morales - "Gracias a La Vida" by Mercedes Sosa (lyrics and song by Violeta Parra) - "Madres de la Plaza de Mayo" by Antonio Gala (from "Madres coraje: Madres de Plaza de Mayo" documentary) - Ernesto Che Guevara during Afro-Asian Conference (Algeria, 1965) - "El pueblo victorioso" by Pablo Neruda (voice of Víctor Heredia, from "Madres coraje: Madres de Plaza de Mayo" documentary) - "El derecho de Soñar" by Eduardo Galeano (from "Madres coraje: Madres de Plaza de Mayo" documentary) ------------- author: Bartosz Lisek gear: Canon EOS 60D + EF 24-105mm f/4L, EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5, EF 50mm f/1.4 USM, Fader ND blog: http://iscswojadroga.pl/

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              • Made by Hand / No 5 The Bike Maker


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                A project from bureauofcommongoods.com, Made by Hand is a new short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand—sustainably, locally, and with a love for their craft. Our fifth film turns to bike maker Ezra Caldwell (Fast Boy Cycles), who was diagnosed with cancer in 2008. When the cancer threatens to shatter his love of bikes, Ezra survives by documenting his illness as thoroughly as his craft. director-producer KEEF editor MATT SHAPIRO director of photography ADAM MCDAID assistant camera JOSH LAWSON additional camera ELIAS RESSEGATTI music NATHAN ROSENBERG music produced at THE DOG HOUSE NYC sound recordist ROBERT ALBRECHT re-recording mixer NICHOLAS MONTGOMERY colorist JAIME O'BRADOVICH at COMPANY 3 title design MANDY BROWN line producer JOHN SEABRIGHT special thanks EZRA & HILLARY CALDWELL (AND PUTNEY) FAST BOY CYCLES TEACHING CANCER TO CRY CREW CUTS KATHERINE ANDREWS at COMPANY 3 www.thisismadebyhand.com http://bureauofcommongoods.com www.fastboycycles.com www.teachingcancertocry.com http://keef.tv www.crewcuts.com www.company3.com www.doghousenyc.com

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                • A Taste of The Toast


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                  • Johnnyrandom | Bespoken


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                    “Bespoken” available on iTunes: http://goo.gl/9GAjtj “Bespoken” available on BandCamp: http://goo.gl/psOFU0 A breakdown of selected sound elements on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/johnnyrandom Composer Johnnyrandom breaks new ground with musical compositions made exclusively from everyday objects. His debut single, “Bespoken”, explores the full potential of sounds generated from bicycles and their components, transcending the role of traditional instrumentation as the accepted method for creating beautiful and thought-provoking music. The following video gives a glimpse into the creative process behind this unique composition. Original Music Composition & Sound Design: Johnnyrandom https://twitter.com/_johnnyrandom_ Director of Photography: Devin Whetstone http://www.devinwhetstone.com Mastered by AudibleOddities: http://www.audibleoddities.com Graphic Design: Lisa Mishima http://lisamishima.com Editor: Blake Bogosian http://blakebogosian.com Motion Design: Chris Kelly http://chriskel.ly Colorist: Eric Pascua Producer: Flip Baber Press... BBC "Mary Anne Hobbs": http://goo.gl/uRYavo ORHA magazine: http://goo.gl/5u1LDo Radio New Zealand “Nine to Noon”: http://goo.gl/0uFGih NPR "All Things Considered": http://goo.gl/ZSyN6b Wired Magazine: http://goo.gl/f9rtlG East Bay Express: http://goo.gl/PLwm1f Apogee: http://goo.gl/OwFWPw Gizmodo: http://goo.gl/dwP1Y1 Colossal: http://goo.gl/8moyBC Mashable: http://goo.gl/Cxfb3k Huffington Post: http://goo.gl/o0SLVS Grist: http://goo.gl/lkA0DB Design Boom: http://goo.gl/QLQEv7 Boing Boing: http://goo.gl/sUcyTM Treehugger: http://goo.gl/cruHAo

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                    • Audax Alpine Classic


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                      Earlier this year I worked with cycling club Audax Australia to capture a tilt-shift time-lapse of their event the Alpine Classic. Starting in the town of Bright 2,200 cyclists tackled several different courses of up to 250km which included ascents of Mount Buffalo, Mount Hotham, Falls Creek and Tawonga Gap. In my four days of shooting I covered nearly 2,000km through the Victorian High Country capturing cyclists, landscapes and the local towns. The film is shot on a Canon 5D Mark III with 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L and 70-300mm f/4-5.6 as well as the Emotimo TB3 Black motion control head. Some aerial footage was captured using a DJI Phantom with H3-2D gimbal and GoPro Hero3+ Black shooting 2.7K Protunes. Images were processed in Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and LRTimelapse, while the film was edited in Premiere Pro and After Effects. The soundtrack and audio mix was produced by Tom Day https://soundcloud.com/tomday

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