Looking ahead to the 2007 Bicycle Film Festival, which has plans for screenings in 15 countries including a third year in London. In the studio is the BFF’s London coordinator Roxy Erickson. We discuss how to make a great bicycle film, even if you’re not an experienced filmmaker. We also tap our feet to the all time grooviest soundtrack of a cycling film: a half hour film about the London-Holyhead road race, at the time the world’s longest single day race.
Two great British-made bicycling short films that ought to be featured in this year’s Bicycle Film Festival are:
Four Minute Tour, a stunning look at the Tour de France, featuring audio from The Bike Show.
Country Commute, a hilarious and charming ride across the Cornish countryside, featuring plenty-o-helmet camera.