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06.27.13 Marina Galperina

“Obviously that’s not a lot of fun, getting hit by a bus, so I wanted to do something positive,” Bicycle Film Festival director Brendt Barbur tells ANIMAL. Biking in New York can be perilous, but there’s a reason why we do it and since 2001, Barbur celebrated the biking spirit in a series of screenings, […]

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06.27.12 Allison Burtch

When Brendt Barbur was doored and subsequently hit by bus while riding his bike in 2000, urban cycling was somewhat of a subculture. Messengers and artsy urbanites riding track bikes were the bold ones––willing to eschew the subway for bike lane-less roads. But a lot has changed in the past decade or so. With nearly 300 miles of […]

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