9th Annual Bicycle Film Festival is coming to San Diego

The 9th Annual Bicycle Film Festival is coming to San Diego for the first time. The kickoff party begins on September 4th at the Kensington Club (4079 Adams Ave) at 8PM.

From their press release:

Join us for two days of films, parties, Goldsprints and fun. On Friday, September 4, please join us for Goldsprints at The Kensington Club, hosted by Adams Avenue Bicycles, to kick off the BFF in San Diego. Saturday, September 5, the screenings take place at The Museum of Photographic Arts. Film highlights include Where Are You Go, where directors Benny Zenga and Brian Vernor spend four months on the Tour d’Afrique riding from Cairo to Capetown, documenting their experiences and interactions with the people they meet along the way; the BMX documentary I Love My Bicycle: The Story of FBM Bikes directed by Joe Stakun; and Anima D’Acciaio, where “Ciocc” shares his wisdom and life story while hand building a revolutionary new frame for urban fixed gear cycling, directed by Daniel Leeb. Following the films, we head to the Whistle Stop Bar for the closing event.

Enjoy FREE Valet Bike Parking provided by the San Diego Bicycle Coalition at all Bicycle Film Festival events. There has never been a stolen valet-parked bicycle in the BFF’s nine-year history.

The BFF brings together many creative communities, including fashion, music and art as well as various bicycling communities – including fixed gear, BMX, and road cycling – over a shared passion for bike riding. For a full list of events, screenings and locations, to purchase tickets or a festival pass, please visit the website and watch this trailer.