You Never Bike Alone (2007) - Rotten Tomatoes

You Never Bike Alone (2007)





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Doc looks at the development of vibrant bike culture in Vancouver, Canada, and how the city's self-propelled population are mobilizing to promote the bicycle as a viable for of transport. You Never Bike Alone shows how the foundations for today's burgeoning bike scene in the city was set in the early Nineties when cyclists risked arrest by cycling en masse to publicize unsafe road conditions and rides of the mid-Nineties which were sometimes characterized by arrests. Rides with mutant bike collective MC3, The Wholesome Undie (an underwear ride where cyclists protest the Molson Indy), and the World Naked Bike Ride, provide amusing and entertaining spectacle, while film also shows how cyclists are dealing with road rage and the political struggle at municipal and provincial levels to create a more livable city.


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Some of the most pertinent problems of modern urban living are represented in You Never Bike Alone, but it's the underlying spirit of self-directed action that makes the film a lovely piece of agitprop.

August 23, 2017 | Full Review…

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