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Event Date/Time

13/11/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Event Location

SIT Centrestage Theatre,
33 Don St,
Invercargill

Event Details

Let’s take a ride with Dutch cyclists on the 13th of November.

In collaboration with the Dutch Embassy, Murihiku by Bike present ‘Why We Cycle’, a documentary that takes a ride with ordinary cyclists and specialists from a variety of disciplines. These conversations uncover some obvious, but even more hidden effects of cycling on people, on societies, and on the organisation of cities.

The Dutch Ambassador Mira Woldberg will welcome everyone and introduce the film.
The screening of the film is around one hour and will be followed by a panel discussion about cycling in the city. The intention is to hit the issue from a number of perspectives and talk over what potential there is in developing the cycling culture.

Panelists are being confirmed and will be shared soon.

Why We Cycle – Trailer from Taskovski Films on Vimeo.

Please register prior to the event and while the event is free, a koha would be appreciated to go towards a local biking initiative.

Bike parking will be available!

Ticket Details Tickets free but registration required

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