2nd Annual Grand Rapids Bicycle Film Festival

Mark your calendars!  Saturday, February 7th at 7;30pm is the Grand Rapids Bicycle Film Festival at the Wealthy Theater.  The first GRBFF was held in the Dirk-Koning Micro-Cinema, a smaller, 60 seat theatre located within the Wealthy Theater space.  It was a hit and sold out!

This year, the GRBFF is all grown up and is in the big kids theater, the 400 seat Peter Wege Auditorium. (scroll down for the trailers)

Official Website: http://grbff.blogspot.com/

GRBFF on Facebook.

Here’s the flyer (click for larger version):

I’m really looking forward to this year’s movies.   Last year, the highlight was definitely 24 Solo, a professionally produced film about Chris Eatough’s quest to win his 7th World Championship for 24 hour endurance mountain biking.  That film included some interviews with local elite endurance mtn biker Mark Hendershot (pdf).

Here are the trailers I could find for this year’s movies.
We Just Work Here:


Filmed By Bike (a video about the opening night in Portland, OR):

More Than 100 Miles – Riding to Cure Diabetes:

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Author: Joshua Duggan

I love bicycling. I love Grand Rapids. Even though I'm not from here (I'm from Omaha, Nebraska), I've lived here over 10 years and Grand Rapids is my new home. I'm a commuter, endurance racer, mountain biker, bicycle tourist, tandem captain, fat biker, roadie, and gravel grinder who likes to ride his bike to an occasional brewery, taco stand, or ice cream shop.

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