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TV Dinners: Bikehall Triple Bill

  • foodhall / sheffield 121 Eyre Street Sheffield, England, S1 4QW United Kingdom (map)

Join us in your favourite community living room for a beautiful crossover episode between two of your favourite Foodhall branches!

After a delicious dinner and a chance to have a chat, we'll be screening three incredible films about all things bicycle related!

1) DIVIDED (2018) - 39 mins

In 2017, Rickie Cotter and Lee Craigie rode the Tour Divide, a 2745 mile self-supported mountain bike race from Canada to the Mexican border. Shot entirely using a Go Pro and an iPhone, this film documents the journey the two friends made in a way The Adventure Syndicate hope inspires and encourages the watcher to get out there and have their own adventure.
Fear of failure can stop all sorts of adventures before they even start but what if failing is the best part?

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/dividedfilm/299944496

2) CHOCOLATE SPOKES (2017) - 6 mins

“You’re not investing in a bike; you’re investing in a relationship.” So says Gregory Crichlow, the bow-tied owner of Chocolate Spokes, a Denver bike shop he opened in 2011. Making a relationship with neighbourhood residents is something that gives Gregory pride. “As soon as you get a bike…your boundary expands a little bit because you can go farther.” From fixing a tire to building custom bikes, Crichlow has helped make Denver’s Five Points neighbourhood and his shop go beyond what anyone thought possible.

3) TALL BIKES WILL SAVE THE WORLD (2017) - 26 mins

Riding any bicycle is a positive step toward a healthy lifestyle and personal enjoyment, but it's the tall bike that has the power to change the world. The tall bike remains on the fringes — only embraced by the daring, the creative and the foolish. Join the Zenga Bros for as they explore how to build, ride and coexist on a tall bike.

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Come as you are, suggested donation of £5-10. All funds support the work of Foodhall. No one turned away due to lack of funds.

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Bikehall is Foodhall's bike maintenance branch. Our volunteers are not mechanically certified, but we do have a wealth of experience and can help with areas such as: Puncture repair; Brakes, gears, and wheels; Bike fit; Headsets and steering; Winterproofing your bike; and much more!

We operate on a pay-as-you-can basis and a donation jar will be passed around during the evening. If a monetary donation isn't possible for you, please consider contributing to the project in other ways - with your time, knowledge, and/or skills.

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TV Dinners is part of Foodhall's Screen branch. We aim to bring the community together by creating a space in which film, food, and conversation is shared. To find out more and get involved, check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tvdins/

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Unfortunately our toilets are not wheelchair accessible. If you want to chat about accessibility, drop us a message

More info & accessibility statement:
https://www.foodhallproject.com
https://www.foodhallproject.org/accessibility/

Earlier Event: June 23
Bikehall Bicycle Ride!