This Trailer for a Cleveland Cycling Documentary Looks Terrific


Keith Ten Eyck released the trailer for a dynamite documentary on the culture of cycling — with, of course, a focus on Cleveland. 

"There's this incredible power and energy that just wants to break out," Councilman Joe Cimperman says in the trailer. "I think you have to ask yourself a simple question, which is 'What kind of city do we want to be?'"

He's joined by at least a dozen other cycling advocates from around Cleveland, all offering insightful looks into the bike scene in town. Plus, the music is awesome.

Kickstand will be released in the summer of 2015.

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