City of Cyclists
Copenhagen is known far and wide as the "City of Cyclists." ... Cycling is a socially acceptable means of transport and it is not uncommon to see Danish ministers or mayors cycle to work. Bicycle traffic in Copenhagen has grown in recent years. Currently, one out of three Copenhageners cycle to work. (Looks best if you resize it smaller.)
This video presents a vision on the quality of cities through cycling- and walking- inclusive planning. Shots are taken in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Colombia. They highlight practices for planning and design for cycling. Interviews have been taken with cyclists and experts. The scenario for Cycling Friendly Cities came from Enrique Peñalosa, former mayor of Bogotá, who used the Dutch and Danish policies for urban transport planning as a model to create a social model for his city. His model enhances accessibility and quality of life for all people.
Cyclists Special (1955)
Charming film by the Cycle Touring Club of England follows a group of riders who take the train from London to the countryside and enjoy a most pleasant ride.
Lucas Brunelle Productions
Alleycats, ice riding, riots, and dozens of other forbidden, unwise, or just plain crazy things you shouldn't do on a bike, filmed via helment-cam. Participant-observer anthropology at its most enjoyable!
The Masses Mass at Santa Monica Pier at Midnight....
Short, sweet, and homemade, lots of bikes, lots of joy, lots of power.... Just a snippet but worth seeing.
New York City Streets Renaissance interview with Enrique Peñalosa
Former Bogatá mayor Enrique Peñalosa discusses his amazing success transforming Bogatá into a livable city for cyclists and pedestrians.
A project of the New York City Streets Renaissance, presents videos "aimed at achieving a measure of equality in terms of the way space is allocated to the people using New York City's streets." Most of its present content is bicycle-oriented, and all of it worthy of your time.