17 November – Bicycle Film Festival

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BikeLove attends the totally awesome Sydney Bicycle film Festival! For the third year running Sydney hosts the festival which forms part of a global phenomenon. An international, travelling festival showcasing bicycle films it began in New York and now takes place in 17 locations. It pulls in crowds from near and far and with many making a pilgrimage to more than one city. There are some wonderful films on offer this year. The award winning Standing Start featuring Craig McLean and the brilliant Road to Roubaix based on the 2007 race where O’Grady became the undisputed Vainquer.
I caught up with Brendt Barbour the founding director of the festival to find out more.
If you missed out on Sydney, the film festival travels to Melbourne and will be screening at the VCA Federation Hall in St Kilda. See the website for details.
standing-start
roadtoroubaix

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