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Filmed by Bike is on tour, year round with a film festival featuring the world’s best bike movies.
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Upcoming Tour Dates
Hosted by Livestock Festivalen
Get ready for Livestock, a rock festival in the woods hosted in this Norwegian cycling mecca with the forest floor as the arena dance floor. Livestock offers guided style bike tours, downhill biking and shuttle biking on the mountain’s fantastic selection of trails. The easy access to the trails makes this a rare area in the Norwegian context.
You also get unique experiences through the festival’s own boulder wall, guided climbing and beginner’s course. Plus, paintball, rafting and plenty of other exciting activities all weekend long. Livestock caters to you whether you are an experienced adventurer or want a beginner course with the whole family.
Livestock is located in the forest of northeastern Norway, on the Stormoen shooting range in Alvdal, Hedmark.
Livestock is hosting Filmed by Bike to inspire the festival community to get out there and ride!
Postponed – Exact Date TBD
In 2019, Ashley Lubyk rode his bike all the way from Kelowna, B.C. to Portland for the 17th Annual Filmed by Bike.
He was motivated to bring Filmed by Bike to Kelowna as a fundraiser for Friends of Okanagan Rail Trail. This event aims to build excitement for cycling and bicycle travel in the Okanagan.
Our big Film Festival weekend! This is the only place to catch our entire film collection. Once the festival wraps up, we send a limited number of the best films on the road, year round.
We’ve got a jam packed weekend of fun with visiting filmmakers from all over the world. Come join us in bike friendly Portland, Oregon.
Purchase a Festival Pass to experience it all.
- Six distinct film programs
- 72 films
- A brand new hot-off-the-press program of Quarantine Films
- Virtual Happy Hours
- Filmmaker Q+As
- Free events
- Greatly reduced ticket prices to assist those in need at this challenging time
- Signature Routes you can ride on your own
- An interactive chat window
- Watch live or later
We are thrilled for this opportunity to show our incredible collection of 2020 films while connecting with our global community of fans and filmmakers, something we’ve never before been able to do for our annual signature film festival.
While we do look forward to the day when we can return to the gorgeous, historic Hollywood Theatre here in Portland and host bike rides and after parties for our festival, we are certainly making the most of this opportunity to showcase the work of our filmmakers to a broader audience.
Exact Date + Time TBD
Hosted by ASI Peak Adventures
ASI Peak Adventures is excited to bring together the Sacramento State campus and surrounding bicycle communities for this inspiring night of bike movies.
This event is free!
Hosted by Rogue Valley Mt. Bike
Rogue Valley Mt. Bike is hosting Filmed by Bike Ashland to raise awareness and funds for a community pump track and bike park. There are 31+ kids on the Ashland NICA team who need a better practice area. By offering kids access to the sport of cycling, Rogue Valley is building future trail stewards.
“Showing awesome films while the weather begins to turn will be a great way to carry momentum into the winter!”
– Organizer Casey Botts
Hosted by The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance
For the fifth year in a row, Filmed by Bike returns to Boise, Idaho for our largest show outside of Portland! Sink into the gorgeous historic Egyptian Theater for a night of bike magic. Bring your dollars and stretch your arms; they’re selling strips of raffle tickets by the “wingspan” for an impressive collection of prizes.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to support the good work of the Idaho Walk Bike Alliance and see our latest collection of films.
This show will likely sell out, so get your tickets early to ensure a seat!
Additional Locations Include These Stops + More!
Los Angeles, California
Ithaca, New York