Hey Brighton, we're Back! 14th - 16th July 2016 #bffbrighton
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Join us at ONCA Gallery for BFF Brighton's opening night. Boneshaker's regular writer, Jet McDonald. Jet will present a multi-layered talk that applies philosophy to modern life using the experience of a ride and the components of a bicycle to illustrate it.
Following Jet's talk the BBQ will be fired up, the bar open and music playing. Come on down and say hello!
The first of two screenings at the Duke of York's Picturehouse. The programme is made up of short films including "Bear" by upcoming Australian director Nash Edgerton and "Tall Bike Tour" by long--standing friends of Bicycle Film Festival, the Zenga Brothers.
AFTER PARTY, 9pm Saturday 16th July @ Bleach
We've teamed up with local promoters BeNothing to put on the perfect after party. Our final screening will finish around 8:30pm giving you enough time to talk through the films you just saw before heading over the road to Bleach. Doors open at 9pm with the live music starting soon after.
HIPLOK are giving three lucky BFF Brighton festival goers the chance to win one of their new FLX locks. Click below to enter...
Click the button to enter a competition to win a GIRO Montaro helmet and a pair of GIRO Jacket mountain biking shoes.
BFF Brighton Discovery Ride by Rule5 Bikes and Ride With a View
In the daytime on Saturday 16th July we encourage you to explore Brighton by two wheels. Rule5 Bikes and Ride With a View have devised a route with stops off at local land marks. People taking part are asked to take a photo of each checkpoint and submit their pictures via Instagram, Twitter or email. Prizes will be given out for everyone who takes part.
Ride London to BFF Brighton with Quirk Cycles
Attention Londoners - want to come to BFF Brighton by bike? Join Rob Quirk of Quirk Cycles on Saturday 16th for a ride down.
Mr Quirk has kindly offered to lead a ride out from London Bridge to The Duke of York's Picturehouse in Brighton. Rob will be riding the very bike he designed and built himself which he hopes to conquer the Trans-Contiental Race on later this year.