For Los Angeles natives living in the early 1900’s, bicycles and streetcars shared the road as our primary modes of transportation. But the arrival of the freeway effectively wiped them out. Today, a collective of cycling communities fight for protected bike lanes and road safety, determined to bring a new era of mobility justice to the city. 

Narration by Jeremy Sisto

"Brilliantly celebrates... L.A. riders and indeed an ever-growing community of cyclists all over the world." - UK Film Review

Award Winner

Best Doc Short First Prize, Oscar-qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival (2021)

Best Film for Change, BAFTA-qualifying Bolton International Film Festival (2021)

Best Short Documentary, Arpa International Film Festival (2022)

Golden Helmet, Filmed By Bike Film Festival (2021)

Virginia Dares Cinematic Arts Award for Decolonizing/Re-Indigenizing Media (2020)

Better Cities Film Festival  (2020)

Official Selection

American Pavilion/New Filmmaker Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival (2022)

Oscar-qualifying Edmonton International Film Festival (2021)

BAFTA-qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival (2022)

Canadian Screen Award-qualifying Planet in Focus International Environmental Film Festival (2021)

Canadian Screen Award-qualifying Yellowknife International Film Festival (2021)

Santa Fe International Film Festival (2022)

Los Angeles Short Film Festival (2021)

Bicycle Film Festival (2021)

For a complete list of festivals & awards, and distribution information, please contact Sandrine Cassidy at cassidy@cinema.usc.edu.

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