Yesterday we attended the premiere of BÖIKZMÖIND, a film about fixed gear riding in Bristol by Gavin Strange. The turnout was fantastic and I hope the other screenings turn out the same way.

The location was great and the film was better than I ever could have imagined. We watched Macaframa before watching BÖIKZMÖIND and despite some very impressive riding the film just got very boring and repetitive. BÖIKZMÖIND provides a great insight into how the bicycle has brought all kinds of people from the city of Bristol together. With some great interviews, coverage from alley cats, tunnel sprints and a great supermarket sketch, the film is a joy to watch and I highly recommend you attend one of the next screenings.

Here is a quick look at the amount of people who turned up to watch the premiere.

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