Wellington-SOLD-OUT – Saturday 1st April : 6:30pm -screening #1
The 3rd annual Big Bike Film Night, sees us get bigger, better and riding back to Wellington, to entertain bike lovers young and the not so young as part of the fantastic New Zealand Bicycle Film Festival. First screening on Saturday 1st April at the inspiring Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.
Our Evening Screening sees the doors open at 6:15pm and kicks off at 6.30pm.
What’s the Big Bike Film Night all about? Sharing the best cycling short films from around the world with you- our audience.
Showcasing a new collection of short movies that have everything a Bike Centric audience could want- action, drama, plenty of humour and even a hint of romance. The evening can only be described as being Bike-alisicious!
We’re going to spin some wheels with an impressive lineup that includes a stylish look at London’s bike culture, the remarkable story of an American Bike Frame Builder; an absorbing attempt and challenge of cycling up the gruelling 1912 metre peak Mount Ventoux, two very different faces of BMX, with contrasting stories and styles.
We also have the homegrown ‘Muscles and Dreams’ documentary, which follows a bunch of good keen men transforming an idea for a gold miner’s road from the 1800s into New Zealand’s longest continuous single-track – The Old Ghost Road on the West Coast.
The short films are a great reminder of why we love to ride our bike; with stories that captivate us, stories that make us think and most importantly of all- stories that inspire us to get on a bike.
Get your mates, get your tickets, go on… get your bike and come along for the ride!!
ALL BIKES. ALL TERRAINS. ALL GOOD.
Ticket Bookings are made from this page below, connecting you to our e-ticketing service; or ON THE NIGHT DOOR SALES in person at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision (Subject to availability).
TICKETS PURCHASED ON-LINE go in the draw to win a range of prizes from our amazing sponsors.
Any Ticket enquiries please ring Brett on 021 748 441.
Doors open: 6:15pm
Films screenings start: 6.30pm
Length of films: Just over 2 hours
Refreshments available: YES, sure is. Try one of our fine Sponsors products- a glass of boutique Esk Valley wine or a bottle of Croucher Brewery crafted beer.
Parking access: Close to the location..but shouldn’t you be biking??
Wheelchair friendly: YES