1. Gorilla in Paris

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    This is the full montage of our the Gorilla Family riding in the streets of Paris. Also features the "Dans ta gueule, puceau!" polo team and Suburbs Crew. The movie was directed by Renaud Skyronka.

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    • CORNFED 4.1

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      CORNFED 4 RE-EDIT I wanted to showcase footage I got this year at a slower rate of speed so I made this. MUSIC BY BOARDS OF CANADA

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      • FWDSET: Forever Forward

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        Forever Forward is a peek in to the life of Forward Set's (www.forwardset.com) owner and creator, Kirk Tsonos (instagram.com/ktsonos). Touching base and giving a visual documentary-style look into his life in Jacksonville, Florida as a full time bike messenger, commuter, and cycling event organizer/host. Kirk now currently resides in Los Angeles, California. #FWDSET Filmed by Jesse Brantman (www.jessebrantman.com). Music: Blueprint - "Radio-Inactive" www.forwardset.com

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        • Una vida en dos ruedas: El movimiento de ciclismo urbano en Puerto Rico

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          "Una vida en dos ruedas: el movimiento de ciclismo urbano en Puerto Rico" forma parte de la antología de cortos MICROS 2011 de la Corporación de Cine de Puerto Rico. El mismo presenta un vistazo hacia la cultura de ciclismo urbano actual en Puerto Rico, desde el punto de vista de algunos de sus principales actores. "Una vida en dos ruedas" es el segundo documental corto producido por el equipo de EyeTour, conocidos por su guía turística audiovisual de Puerto Rico disponible en EyeTour.com. "Una vida en dos ruedas" cuenta con la participación de: Jorge Peredo - Puerto Rico Bicycle Coalition Luis Rafael Robles - PRFIXED.com Victor M. Rivera - Cuadro / Bicijornada Joanne Gavia - Bicicletotas / Bicijornada Ricardo Ríos - Caribbean Green Bikes Fernando Castro Álvarez - Los Niños Estelares Y música por: Anti-Sociales, Dead Hands On A Piano, Harry Rag, Los Nervios, Los Niños Estelares, Similar, Tus Ídolos, Un.real

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          • Indonesia Critical Mass | Jakarta Dec 2013

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            • HEAVYPEDAL x CORNFED x WEEDEATER

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              David Hoffman, Jacob Shope, and Sarah Cox wearing Heavypedal clothing and doin Cornfed thangs. www.theheavypedal.com Music by Weedeater "Riff"

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              • rise and shine

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                Amsterdam is up for a challenge. Over the last 10 years, most significantly in the last 5 years, it has ignored and/or completely underestimated the relentless growth in cycling. Recently published estimates show that in the last 20 years the cycling rate has risen by 40 - 50% in Amsterdam, 30% in Rotterdam and other major cities in the Netherlands. The big issues that light up media outlets on a weekly basis: massive lack of bicycle parking, the cockroach qualities of 'orphan bikes', overcrowded bike paths (traffic jams), subsequently increasing conflicts with scooters (which presence has grown even more) and 'rogue, aggressive cyclists'. The latter must sound odd to you, coming from such a bike-friendly nation. Well, it works like the world over. When existing design and provisions don't meet demand, it will breed 'bad', i.e. undesirable behaviour. It doesn't matter that the Netherlands have second-to-none bicycle infrastructure: when it lacks, it lacks. Without piling on, cycling forms a huge slice in the Dutch mobility pie, serving many needs, so be sure I don't exaggerate when I say it's of vital importance its infrastructure serves its users. Yet, at the same time, it's easier to scapegoat a single 'group'. Perhaps even more weird, considering the fact that cycling in the Netherlands is definitely mainstream. But alas, the subjective seed is planted and voila: we all go down the rabbit hole of fighting symptoms. I know, the words 'forest' and 'trees' are very much applicable here. So, the reality of this insufficiency is pretty clear, for everyone to see. The reasons for Amsterdam waking up to this reality so late vary far and wide: from complacency towards cycling in general to shifting priorities and jumping on the e-everything bandwagon. I will address these at a later stage. On a national level the (professional) debate about upscaling cycling provisions and re-envisioning urban mobility has already begun, but Amsterdam still has to come to terms with what has happened in the last two decades. In November 2011 political party GroenLinks (Green Left) had organized a debate called 'Dare To Share Space', sharing ideas about how to maintain and improve Amsterdam's livability and mobility despite growing and changing demands. I was happy they did, better late than never, and I left the debate with mixed feelings. One was dominated by my relief that it was taken seriously, the other was that the overall political vibe towards promoting cycling as one instrument was met with quite some hostility and 'war on the motorist' attitude. I was even told that '[promoting] cycling is elitist'. I kid you not. Fast forward to the present. Last week the city council published the cycling provision plan 'Meerjarenplan Fiets 2012-2016', which was developed by the city's Department of Transportation (DIVV) to address the challenges and it entails a budget of €57 million. GroenLinks invited me to 'Political Café: How should Amsterdam be(come) Cycle City nr 1 (again)?' and be one of five people officially responding to this plan and debate it on a panel this Thursday evening. Of course I happily accepted. I will respond through a 10 minute presentation and hopefully a vivid discussion with the people present. If you happen to be around and have the time, please join us, your voice is equally vital. It's time to take Amsterdam into the 21st century, to shift another paradigm and aim for an even better dawn. Rise and shine, people, rise and shine. Or: wake up and smell the coffee.

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                • Muxu Photo Shoot Film - Barcelona

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                  Back in April of this year we shot the outdoor product photos in Barcelona for the Muxu.cc site. We had an incredible day, the weather was perfect and the vibe was excellent. During that shoot we filmed some behind the scenes material, which we're really pleased to be able to bring to you now. We'd love to know what you think of the film, so please don't hesitate to post a comment either here, on our blog at http://www.muxu.cc/blog/muxu-movie, or on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/muxu.cc

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                  • The Waltz of the Bikes

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                    Many people here in Australia simply cannot imagine themselves on a bike as a way of getting around. I think that is because the dominant cycle culture suggests that you should be in Lycra, have your head down, and be going very fast to be a cyclist. Even people going to work by bike often give off some of that vibe. As one writer said in our prominent cycle mag. "virtually every bike ridden here derives from a racing bike of some sort." And every rider is a prisoner of that that bike, one might add. For the average person this is so alien that, as I say, they can't picture themselves as part of the scene, and yet it's not like that elsewhere. I put this film together to help people visualize themselves on a bike, enjoying it, feeling safe, sitting upright in a stately manner. I had asked Violeta Brana-Lafourcade if she could shoot me some material of people making their ordinary journeys by bike in Amsterdam. I was astonished by what she sent me. It was so hypnotic just watching people ride by. She'd positioned herself well, on a combination of busy streets and quieter roads besides canals. She used the humps which lead up to bridges to frame people rising. She filmed all sorts, old young the classy and the ordinary. I saw it as a ballet and knew I had to cut it that way. Thanks, Violeta.

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                    • Fixed 2 (alleycat promo) - SiMonChou

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                      New video with my homie T.A. in the streets of Montpellier, France ! We still love to ride and to ride hard. An alleycat is coming soon in this town so if you're interested in stay tuned. I hope you'll enjoy this short video. Nouvelle vidéo avec mon pote T.A. dans les rues de Montpellier, France. On aime toujours autant rider et on aime y aller fort ! Un alleycat est en préparation dans cette ville donc si vous êtes intéressé restez connecté, les dates arrivent bientôt. J'espère que vous apprécierai cette petite vidéo. Music : Run The Jewels - Run The Jewels Instrumental Run The Jewels - Blockbuster Night pt. I Instrumental

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