Filmmaker Spotlight: Alastair Humphreys

Alastair Humphreys was once named a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, and is a sought after inspirational speaker and a best-selling author. His expeditions are a call to arms: “Nothing,” he proclaims, “is achieved without someone being bold enough to begin it and taking that first step” – which needs only be a tiny one to “set us on the way to realizing that we are all capable of more than we imagine.”

Filmmaker Spotlight: Manny Marquez

Manny Marquez says he got into cycling through film – not a typical route for most people.

After being sent on assignment to the Tour de France, Manny was inspired to ride his bike, and shed a much needed 130 pounds in the process. Now living in Hood River, Manny’s submission to Filmed by Bike is a hilarious glimpse at an irreverent Hood River forested ride.

Filmmaker Spotlight: Chris Bruntlett

Chris Bruntlett hails from Vancouver, B.C. and is incredibly passionate about biking. He believes biking should be for everyone.

Chris is the creator of the Vancouver Cycle Chic movement and he returns to Filmed by Bike for the second year in a row with some of his fresh releases on everyday cycling.


Andy Chandler, mastermind behind the hilarious Sandy Blvd Trailer, started making comedy shorts in high school and polished his technical skills working for Portland’s KGW Channel 8 News for the last six years.

Jury Duty

The jury spent a very full weekend reviewing film submissions, and we’re


Drawing inspiration from drawings is not just a process exclusive to big guns Marvel and DC Comics, but something animator Carlos Maya has perfected for Filmed by Bike