A short film program celebrating Black, Indigenous, and People of Color cyclists and their stories
Co-Produced by Courtney Williams of The Brown Bike Girl Consulting, the Bike Mayor of New York City in conjunction with Filmed by Bike
A YouTube Livestream Event
Saturday, October 3rd
6:00 – 7:30pm Pacific Time (or watch later)
If you are unable to support financially, please tell your friends and share these programs on social media! We deeply appreciate your support in all forms.
- Brown Hope is a nonprofit using cultural, educational, and community programming to help communities heal from racism and to drive urgent action for systemic change.
- The Filmed by Bike BIPOC Filmmaker Grant provides cash grants to emerging filmmakers who identify as Black, Indigenous and additional People of Color.
ABSOLUTELY FREE! But we suggest a donation of $20.00
All of This is Included With Your Ticket
- Films from around the world celebrating BIPOC cycling and filmmaking
- Live interviews leading up to the festival
- Happy Hour on October 2nd
- Live panel discussion after the show
- Interactive chat window
- Watch live, or any time on your own schedule, for up to one month from the date of purchase
How to Watch
- Purchase your ticket
- Your receipt will include a private YouTube link
- View the link and click the bell to set a YouTube reminder when the show goes live
- Tell all your friends and encourage them to buy tickets
- On the night of the show, grab your favorite popcorn and settle in for the night – from the comfort of your own home!