Portland Program 5 - Urban Bike Shorts
KING OF SKITCH
USA 2008 | HD 2min.
Dir. Daniel Leeb
The King of NYC, Felipe Robayo, always finds the fastest way to get from A to B.
THE TOOLBOX ("Spare Parts Race")
USA 2008 | Digital/Stop Motion Animation 2min.
Leftover bicycle parts race one another for glory!
16mm/ 6 min.
DIRECTOR: Tom Schroeder
James rides his bike 50 miles to see his girlfriend, who dumps him. He rides home.
WOLFPACK HUSTLE: THE MIDNIGHT DRAGRACE
USA 2006 | DV 5min.
Dir. Donny Digital
2nd Street Tunnel single speed and fixed gear drag races in LA.
USA 2008 | HD 5min.
Dir. Patrick Trefz
Santa Cruz artist and chef, Jim Denevan, creates land art by bicycle.
Japan/Italy 2008 | HD 5min.
Dir Giovanni Giommi
A beautifully shot portrait of Japanese Track Racers directed by the director of LES NINJA DU JAPON.
Italy 2007 | DV 8min.
Dir. Luca Bedini and Marco Brandoli
In Northern Italy, 3000 people come together for a slow orgiastic 3-mile ride feasting on Lambrusco, pasta, and song.
THE MAKING OF BOOTLEG SESSIONS V.2
USA 2008 | DV 5min.
Dir. Burd Phillips
A short on the efforts of wayward cyclists proving theres infinite ways to have fun on bicycles.
Italy|USA 2008 | Video 3min.
Dir. Robert Chynoweth
Italian cyclist Giuliano Calore (aka Cyclist of the Impossible) rides on Europes steepest mountain roads playing different musical instruments along the way.
USA 2008 | DV 7min.
Dir. Neistat Brothers and Tom Sachs
Tom Sachs rides his Waffle Bike to Brooklyn.
WHATS A GIRL TO DO
UK 2007 | Video 3min.
BAT FOR LASHES
Dir. Dougal Wilson
USA 2007 | HD 11min.
Dir. Colby Elrick and Colin Arlen
Beautifully shot video showcasing some of the most talented street track riders on the west coast.
LUCAS BRUNELLE WORLDWIDE ADVENTURE
USA 2008 | DV 14min.
Dir. Lucas Brunelle
Lucas gives us a look at riding like no one else. Londons underground, the English Countryside, LAs palm tree lined streets and Tokyos freeways are some of the backdrops for alleycats seen through the helmet cam.
616 NW 21st Ave.
Portland, OR 97209
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|