On 24th April 2013, the second edition of Exeter's #BikeFilmNight took place at the Exeter Phoenix.
Slightly over capacity (a good thing for us), the audience turned up for 90 minutes of mind blowing films.
It all started at around 8pm with "40 years in Paris" - all about BMX in the French Capital with a stunning backdrop and a rather relaxing soundtrack.
The main film was "Line Of Sight" by cinematographer Lucas Brunelle. The opening scene was clear and did set the mood of the following 65 minutes....adrenaline, speed, urban, fixed gear, couriers... without forgetting the music adding that extra onboard feel.
Before and after the films the audience interacted with:
We also want to thank all the people who turned up to this free social event, showing that Exeter and Devon has a real (growing) cycling community - as well as Claire from Exeter Phoenix Digital and our guests who gave their time to attend this evening bringing together riders/cyclists. Last but not least Lucas Brunelle who gave us the green light to screen his film.
PS: As a reminder, We are also trying to have regular fixed gear/single speed rides (we are not racing and there is no leader in the community - no real itinerary and everyone is welcome to join and bring new ideas regarding events or destinations). Always check #CoffeeShopRide on Twitter or join and keep an eye on the Facebook Group "Fixed Gear Exeter".