#CycleChicFilms: Inspiration


Here it is! Our first short film. It’s one of four that Vancouver Cycle Chic will be releasing throughout the month of June.

In it, we’re pleased to introduce Simon.

Simon traverses the streets of Vancouver on his Babboe bakfiets cargo bike, which he brought over from Ireland. He uses it to transport painting supplies and his eighteen-month-old son, Tadhg.

You can check out his art and work at www.simonfleming.ca

Favourite quote from the film
“Inspiration for my creative process is everything. It’s from the point of waking up to the point of going to sleep.”

But we don’t want to give it all away.

Fun fact
Filming in public proved challenging due to the non-stop attention Simon’s cargo bike kept getting from onlookers.

Next week we’ll release our second short film online: Cecily. Check back here to watch it.

Cycle Chic Social

On Friday July 5th we’re holding a party to celebrate the marriage of two things we love: style and bicycling. We’d be delighted if you joined us.

  • Friday, July 5th
  • At Chapel Arts, 304 Dunlevy Ave (Near Hastings at Dunlevy in Railtown)
  • 8:00 p.m. till late
  • Fashion show, bikes, food, cash bar, DJs, dancing!

Get your tickets for the Cycle Chic Social here ($10, $12 at the door).


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