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Cycling shorts : [short documentaries about bicycles]

Publisher: [S.I.] : [publisher not identified], [2012?]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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What is bicycle culture? It's what one makes of it. Anything can happen. Activists educate the policymakers. Bureaucrats create whimsical public art. Strangers help each other move houses by bike. Corporations turn their drive-thrus into bike thrus. Joe Biel's short movies explore all these phenomena and more as he follows the emergence of modern bike culture over the last ten years of riding the streets of U.S.  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
ISBN: 9781621064633 1621064638
OCLC Number: 846518123
Notes: Subtitle from container.
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"DVD release date: March 20, 2012"--Amazon.com.
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Performer(s): Martinis in the bike lane -- Countdown to Carmageddon -- One less truck -- Burgerville's bike-thru -- Four less teeth -- Swarm the port -- Hood to coast -- The manual -- Transport your activism -- Deep roots -- Disabled cyclists -- Bikestravaganza 2010 -- The Berlin Wall -- Return to the Wall -- Broken crosswalk -- Fixed crosswalk -- Bicycle Master Plan 2010 -- Sunday parkways -- Dinner + bikes -- Hunter-gatherers never looked this good -- Last train out of North America -- [and many more].
Description: 1 videodisc (150 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Responsibility: [directed by Joe Biel].

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What is bicycle culture? It's what one makes of it. Anything can happen. Activists educate the policymakers. Bureaucrats create whimsical public art. Strangers help each other move houses by bike. Corporations turn their drive-thrus into bike thrus. Joe Biel's short movies explore all these phenomena and more as he follows the emergence of modern bike culture over the last ten years of riding the streets of U.S. cities and meeting the characters who are making the magic happen.

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