Take some time with friends and family this holiday season to celebrate bicycling with Bicycle Film Festival Massachusetts. Showing virtually December 17th-January 3rd.
The short-film lineup includes a diverse curation of filmmaking styles: narratives, documentaries, international award-winning filmmakers, and emerging directors– there is something for everyone to enjoy. Some of the short-film line up includes:
- Kids in Worcester, MA use biking as an outlet to stay out of the cycle of inner-city violence
- Access to education is opened up to young female students in Kenya after receiving bicycles
- First female BMX competition at a major sporting event
- The incredibly stunning and thrilling view of the annual Tour De Rwanda
- The story of Marshall 'Major' Taylor
- A charismatic Ghanaian immigrant in Amsterdam who teaches refugee adult women to ride bikes
- The story of Leo Rogers
- and more...
A portion of all ticket proceeds will support MassBike’s work. Buy tickets today and enjoy some #bikejoy this holiday season.
Thank you to our premium Bicycle Film Festival partners, the New England Mountain Biking Association (NEMBA) and Commonwheels, for helping us spread the word about BFF Massachusetts. Learn more about these two great organizations below:
About NEMBA: The New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA), is a community of mountain bikers committed to creating epic riding experiences, preserving open space, and guiding the future of mountain biking in New England. Trails. Advocacy. Community.
CommonWheels is a 501c3 non-profit collective based in Allston, MA. Our mission is to use the bicycle as a tool that empowers all people to be more self-reliant, healthy, and connected to their community. We provide free skill-sharing workshops, social rides, tools and guidance, multilingual resources, and community—and we encourage participation and support from all who share our vision for better bicycling, in Boston and beyond.