#BikeFilmNight 16th September 2014 – 7pm #Exeter

BikeFilmNight is becoming a regular meetup for cycling fans.

It is still taking place at Exeter Phoenix Arts Centre in the BlackBox with around 40 seats. So it is rather intimate and allows people to interact easily before and after the films.

What’s on?

Five films – 90 minutes approx duration.

Without revealing too much, there are first 3 shorts films (a kind of morning routine for a fixed gear rider and a follow-up of Macaframa and then it is off to Scotland for a quick ride with two avid cyclists named Dave Hall & James Wright for a notorious climb that starts in Lennoxtown and twists it’s way 7 miles towards Gonachan Cottage).

The featured film (56 minutes) is about a student cycling – on a fixie – from Madrid to Budapest which takes him through France, Italy…etc – where he meets other riders/friends. A fantastic road trip full of surprises and fun.

BIkeFilmNight September 2014 - Road Trip

BIkeFilmNight September 2014 – Road Trip

But this is not all. Last but not least is about speed and being fast on a handmade bespoke fixed gear.

BikeFilmNight September 2014 - Fixed Gear

BikeFilmNight September 2014 – Fixed Gear

For this social cycling evening the flat rate is just £3.00. The ticket price will pay for the cost of the room and use of equipment. All leftover will go to a local charity. As a reminder OneGearExeter is not a business and making money is not on the list.

If you wish to attend this special evening contact directly Exeter Phoenix Box Office in order to book your ticket (01392 667080).

BikeFilmNight September 2014

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