Bicycle Film Festival Winter Party
Lit bar on 2nd Ave, was packed with all kinds of bikers. Not the kind in leather chaps, no these bikers had their non motorized bicycles valet parked outside to celebrate the upcoming bicycle film festival.
Festival Director Brendt Barbur and anthem magazine hosted this pre-warm up party to celebrate 6 strong years of this unique festival. It premiered in NYC but has now spread to many countries all over the world and is expanding to a total of 10 cities for 2006. The festival will draw over 40,000 people. The event, is more than just films about bikes it is a weekend of bicycle related events and brings together all the diverse sub-cultures of the bicycle community. Inside the packed bar brooklyn brewery, always a strong supporter of the bike world donated free beer for an hour. Anthem magazines were distributed and the bar teemed with messengers, activists, bike film makers and bicycle fans galore. Bike riders were treated to valet parking by Luke Son, who hung out in the cold all night just to watch the bikes...Thanks dude. The Bike Film Festival is in NYC May 10-14th. The submission deadline for your bike films is February 17th. So get on it!
Bike hangin out
crowd in the bar. LIT Lounge 93 2nd Ave. @ East 5th St. Manhattan
Festival Director Brendt Barbur
Tomas, take great pictures of bikers and critical mass.
Chris, the lost Viking and Sam, from Team Spider Chris (on the right) is one of the producers of Still We Ride and one of the directors of Warriors the bike race, both premiered at the Bicycle Film Festival
messengers doin stuff in the back
Me and Andrew Lynn who went on the radio show with David Lee Roth and one of the directors of Still We Ride
Me and Jesse Epstein, one of the directors of Warriors and she also made the trailer for Bike Film Festival 2005, which is up on the website
My buddy Mark "jailbird" Read
DJ and Downhill bike racer Ted Shred mixing it up. There were some audio problems...I think Ted was too much power for them to handle, but his 25 second set..rocked.