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Find out more about the Bike Data Project App, that was launched alongside the film’s release. It collects data on how often and how far cyclists in various cities cycle, in the hopes of affecting city planning and influencing politics.
Reflect upon how you mobilize yourself. If you don’t already and you are able to, try hopping on a bicycle and seeing where and how quickly it takes you. Impossible with your lifestyle? Contemplate the reasons why.
Donate to the BIKES VS CARS movement We Are Many’s web campaign and help to help spread the message of cycling’s benefits.
Learn about People for Bikes, a charitable foundation for the promotion of cycling, and read their list of 5 WAYS TO BRING MORE BIKE LANES TO YOUR COMMUNITY.
“(…) Mikael Kjellman, a mechanical engineer, was determined to bicycle year-round to his job in Ostersund, where winter temperatures rarely get above freezing. So Kjellman built the PodRide, which shields him from inclement weather with a windshield and canvas enclosure”
Find out more on the Washington Post.
“Ambitious plan to convert traffic-choked city of 12 million into bike-friendly zone gets high marks from many but leaves some drivers sputtering in rage”
Read the full article on the Wall Street Journal.
Read the Huffington Post´s interview with filmmaker Fredrik Gertten.
In this episode of Bring Your Own Doc host Ondi Timoner interviews filmmaker Fredrik Gertten.
Watch it on Youtube.
Our interview with Director Fredrik Gertten.
“The number of cars on the world’s roads surpassed one billion last year, according to a study that has spurred debate on what the rapidly-growing car population will mean for the world’s economy and environment.”
Continue reading here.
“The fight for the streets is, presumably, as old as the streets. From the moment the first horse and buggy hit the London pavement, hansom drivers and startled pedestrians likely had words. But why does this particular drama play out as it does? ”
Read the full article on the New Yorker.
“In 1897, a wealthy American businessman named Horace Dobbins began construction on a private, for-profit bicycle superhighway that would stretch from Pasadena to downtown Los Angeles.”
Continue reading here.
“Our aim is to create impact by showing where and when people actually bicycle. More data means more influence over those in power to make cities more sustainable and bike-friendly.”
Find out more about the cause and how to donate here.
“Cities around the world are coming to the same conclusion: they’d be better off with far fewer cars. So what’s behind this seismic shift in our urban lifestyles? Stephen Moss goes on an epic (car-free) journey to find out”
Read the article on the Guardian.