Page 2 – Edinburgh Festival of Cycling

Event Category: Art and culture

Bikes for Refugees (Scotland) – Celebration Come along for an evening of free events including: Launch of a new collection of screen-prints by Oliver Brookes reflecting the work of Bikes for Refugees. A talk about bikes as tools for liberation from activist and explorer Shannon Galpin, including Masomah Alizada’s incredible Olympic cycling story. A chance…

The zombies are coming! Cancelled Due to circumstances beyond our control, this event has been cancelled. In association with the International Cycling Film Festival (ICFF), brace yourself for a feature length evening of specially selected short cycling films under the headline “The zombies are coming”. Expect only the darkest, scariest, most suspenseful, apocalyptical, and bloodthirsty…

Three Wheel Drive Three Wheel Drive is a short, honest documentary film about a group of friends on a bothy trip in the Highlands of Scotland. The team is made up of three riders with disabilities and two non-disabled riders. Our film aims to challenge perspectives on what adventure is and who it is for.…

Paul Cheese – music set Paul Cheese is a musician, producer and cyclist from Kent, UK. He is a forerunner in creating music from found sound and recording in unusual places using the natural reverb to influence the sound, usually discovered on cycling missions carrying recording equipment and instruments. Whilst on the hunt for inspirational…

900 Voices What Makes You Feel Connected? What Gives You A Sense Of Belonging? 900 Voices is a participative project by Zoë Irvine with Lindsay Perth and Jules Rawlinson. It has been commissioned as part of Edinburgh’s St Giles’ momentous 900th Anniversary celebrations. The project invites people from all over Edinburgh to get involved in…

The World At 15mph…Ish Aged 36 and ready for a change in her life Naomi set off to cycle the world with a man she’d met only three times before. This adventure of a lifetime would see her travel through various countries including riding from Cairo to Capetown and cross over the 5,416m Thorong-la pass…

Discovering Art: Ride for Women Join the Edinburgh Belles for a mystery tour of some of Edinburgh’s outdoor art. A route of around 14 miles primarily on cycling paths of varying surface (tarmac & gravel). We will be stopping from time to time to take a closer look at the art… Belles on Bikes is…

Chasing The Sun feature documentary “Inspiring and joyful, a love letter to the humble bicycle and all who ride one.”  James Spender, Cyclist Magazine “Inspiring and very enjoyable! A pinch of astrophysics with a host of endearing characters.” Jeremy Vine, broadcaster and cycling champion Chasing The Sun is the new film from 2x BAFTA-winning director…

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