The Thousand Year Journey: Oregon To Patagonia

The Thousand Year Journey: Oregon To Patagonia

As we grow and become accustom to conveniences, familiarity, and routine it becomes even more important to take time away. In these times we learn a great deal about ourselves, setting new goals and ambitions. In this short film we meet Jedidiah who quit a job to do...
Baby and The Bike

Baby and The Bike

‘Aren’t you scared?’ the cyclist next to me at the lights said, pointing to the baby in the trailer behind my bike. ‘I used to be’, I explained, thinking back to the first few rides. Soon I saw that cars are very wary of bike trailers and...
Getting Back on the Bike Post Baby

Getting Back on the Bike Post Baby

‘Can I eat blue cheese and rare steak?’ The Swiss doctor said yes, no problem, just avoid strong flavours that might affect your milk, like asparagus. ‘Can I do sport, yoga and cycling ?’ No yoga, she said, not until your six week check-up....
Pregnancy and The Bike

Pregnancy and The Bike

My doctor was clear – there’s no danger cycling while pregnant …. providing you don’t crash. It’s a question of individual risk appetite. I asked myself whether I was confident on my bike and willing to accept the chance of a potential fall. I decided to modify my...
Fixed on Fixed :: A Film by Raechel Harding

Fixed on Fixed :: A Film by Raechel Harding

Fixed On Fixed from Raechel Harding on Vimeo. Directed as a pure passion project, Raechel Harding directed Fixed on Fixed, highlighting five female fixed gear riders in Melbourne, Australia. Raechel is a fixed gear rider herself and wanted to highlight these talented...
Freewheelin :: A Film By Wolf Ruck

Freewheelin :: A Film By Wolf Ruck

Leave it to Brian Vernor, one of the most creative humans I’ve met, to bring this beauty to our attention. Created in 1985 by Wolf Ruck, Freewheelin’ has to be the first ever mountain biking film. With awesome POV and original music that will make you want...