If bicycling is a part of your routine, then be a part of London Bicycle Film Festival 2013!
Back in 2001 the founder of BFF (Bicycle Film Festival) Brendt Barbur’s bicycle collided with a bus in New York. Later, he tried to make his experience positive and after that day he has been helping people to understand the importance of bicycling and the benefits it accompanies.
London Bicycle Film Festival 2013 is all about music, art and film. Some of the best films regarding bicycling are screened there whether of existing or new film makers. This show is not restricted to an area and covers a wide variety of countries and cities. Also, the people who come to the festival are mostly loyal and are present every year.
Undoubtedly, bicycling is incredibly important as it is the best way to travel because it makes us stronger and healthier. Year by year the event is not only getting popular but is also speeding up the awareness it has to spread regarding bicycling.
The event known as “London Bicycle Film Festival 2013” would start from 3rd of October 2013 and would end soon on 6th of October 2013. An opening night party is arranged on 3rd of October 2013 in The Russet at Hackney Downs Studios, Amhurst Terrace London E8 2BT at 7:00 pm.
Also, all screening would be done at Barbican Centre. On Friday 4th of October 2013 cycling symposium would be presented in partnership with transport for London from 1pm to 4pm, which would be free for all. Velojam at Herne Hill: Women’s track racking day on 5th of October 2013 would take place at 4pm and would end at 9pm. Sunday Unday Ride starting at Athlon sports; Chelmsford is scheduled on Sunday, 6th of October 2013.
London Bicycle Film Festival Website