Whats with the rash of bicycle messenger documentaries nowadays? It makes me want to be a posenger less and less, if only because I may be confused with those that ride just for the image, not the love of cycling.
Heh, I just thought about it. How many more cycling collisions are we going to see once all these crazy antics are revealed to the mainstream? Man, lots of folks are going to be getting hurt.
"Riding bikes on the street is the fuggin jam!" Juvi-Kyle
yeah, did anyone ever have any luck obtaining a copy of this? i never heard back from them.Originally Posted by Yuppie
has a link with some clips of pedal, which is a kickass documentary....little on the preachy side thoughOriginally Posted by iamjberube
Pedal was decent - it had Dexter who is always fun to hear about.
I've had no luck in getting Red Light Go - it's been what, three years now?
Not that i tried to obtain a copy, but i did watch it at a viewing at Times Up. Maybe it'll get some airtime there sometime soon.Originally Posted by iamjberube
Also, it was a pretty good flick. Lots of fun!
yay, my friend peter made PEDAL. at the time he filmed the whole thing from his skateboard (!) i don't know how he kept up. but he has since bit the fixie bug and gotten a nice diamant track bike -- woohoo!
so it looks like the 2005 Bicycle Film Fest is coming up to nyc May 12-15.. mark thy calendars.
- more rides than you can shake a pump at.
I volunteer for Times-up and I spoke to the person responsible for the movie line up on thursday night about screening red light go again, his answer was that it will be shown again, but he thought its a little too soon to re-show it at this time. So look for it in a month or two. www.times-up.org
~Mike "own too many toys" G.