The Bicycle Film Festival To Feature a Night of Films About Women & Bikes

A night of films about women and bikes is coming to Los Angeles on April 4th at the The Bicycle Film Festival!

There will be a screening of HALF THE ROAD, which explores the world of women’s professional cycling, focusing on both the love of sport and the pressing issues of inequality that modern-day female riders face in a male dominated sport. The screening opens with CALIFORNIA GIRLS, a comedy short that was created by Southern California racer Jen Whalen, with the help of her teammate Erin Lamb!

Watch the Trailers for each film below and enjoy the films in full at the The Bicycle Film Festival!

California Girls – Director Jennifer Whalen

Two women battle up a merciless summit in Malibu, California for the QOM (Queen of the Mountain). They will do anything for the coveted crown.

HALF THE ROAD – Director Kathryn Bertine

Includes footage from some of the world’s best UCI races to interviews with Olympians, World Champions, rookies, coaches, managers, officials, doctors and family members, HALF THE ROAD offers a unique insight to the drive, dedication, and passion it takes for a female cyclist to thrive.

“Half The Road” trailer from kevin tokstad on Vimeo.

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