Harry Kramer, a 76-year-young street entertainer, performs bicycle tricks on Main Street in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. This newsreel footage is from the 1950s and is still entertaining after all these years.
The GFunk ride is a medium-fast paced (18-30mph) ride through the streets of Long Beach and surrounding areas. Usually try to do at least 30 miles or so with an “A”(25-30mph) and “B” (<25mph) groups. Fixed gear or road bikes recommended for a good pace. Meets up at the Traffic Circle In-N-Out (Los Coyotes & Ximeno) in Long Beach around 7:30pm and rolls out at 8:00pm.
this looks to be a great film, going way beyond gary hustwit’s Urbanized.
50% of the world lives in urban areas. As populations continue to grow and gravitate to cities that will climb to 80% in 2050. So how should our cities look and work for human beings? And what is the scale for measuring human happiness?
“Swerving bitch threatens to run me over” cycling on Ann St, in Brisbane’s CBD. no bike lanes the whole way.
"It doesn’t matter if you obey the law. It doesn’t matter if you’re the same speed as traffic. It doesn’t matter if you’re not wearing lycra.
Some entitled person is going to think you don’t deserve to be there and will feel so robbed by the fact that you are on the road that he’ll think it’s okay to pull dangerous stunts, threaten to hit you with his car, and still come away feeling like the good guy.”