August 24th, 2011
British Cycling have reported that the Bicycle Film Festival is set to return to London in October.
This year’s Festival will mark the 8th visit to the capital and proves the immense popularity of the event, particularly off the back of urban cycling boom the world is currently experiencing.
The BFF started as just a small event in New York, to become an international success. This year the traveling event will visit no fewer than 25 cities across the globe including Milan, London Sydney and Tokyo.
The festival itself fuses a wide variety of aspects including music, art, fashion and many different cycling communities such as road bikers, mountain bikers fixed gear bikers and BMX riders too.
Racing Towards Red Hook directed by Jessica Scott and Suncasers directed by Irvin Coffee are expected to steal the headlines on the big screens.
For more information on the event please visit the British Cycling website here.
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