Next month sees the return of one of my favourite cycling events to London... the Bicycle Film Festival!
October marks the tenth season of the BFF in the UK. This multi-faceted global event, travels to over 25 cities each year with the aim of encouraging global participation & awareness of cycling in all its wonderful forms.
The four day festival will play host to a mix of events including fashion, music and art alongside films. Highlights include the annual bike polo tournament and a led road ride with starting at Athlon Sports both on Sunday October 6. The BFF will also partner with VeloJam, the all women’s track racing day at Herne Hill Velodrome on Saturday October 5.
Last year I had the pleasure of speaking on the TFL Cycling Symposium looking at the future of cycling in London... this year it returns for the second time on 4th October, with unique viewpoints from a broad range of speakers.
As well as feature films including Moonrider and Janapar, the festival will also show collection of emotive short films from around the world.