Bicycle film festival at the Barbican
A celebration of the bicycle through music, art and film.
The bicycle film festival originated in New York and has been running for 9 years. In the last year alone 22 new cities have become part of the movement and a total of 39 cities hosted their own events demonstrating the growing excitement around cycling and cycling activities.
The bicycle film festival in London is now in its 5th year and is part of a growing world-wide phenomenon celebrating the culture, history and relevance of the bicycle.
The festival now takes place in 39 cities across the globe so make sure you don’t miss out on this celebration of all things bike.
The week long festivities start on September 24th and are being hosted at the Barbican Centre, one of the city’s premier arts establishments.
There will be a variety of film screenings which celebrate the diversity of cycling however the festival also features bike rides and events at various locations.
Some of the highlights include the East to West ride, opening party at the Barbican, Rollapaluza at the Working Men’s Club in Bethnal Green and Bike Polo in Southwark.
For full event listings please see the website of the Bicycle Film festival and for tickets go to the Barbican's website (find all links on the right).
To win 2 tickets to the 2.30pm showing on Sat 26th Sept of The Third Wheel by Dir Brian Schoenfelder, answer the following question: