Find out during the premiere run of Ottawa City Councillor/filmmaker David Chernushenko’s latest documentary, Bike City, Great City — right here at Ottawa’s home of stuff you won’t see anywhere else!
Chernushenko is determined to make his hometown a better city for cycling. In 2011, the League of American Bicyclists and Share the Road Coalition recognized Ottawa with a Silver rating for bike friendliness. Silver is good, but it’s not Gold. David wants Ottawa to strive for Gold, and he’s going to take us on a ride to find out how it can be done.
This independent, crowd-funded doc promotes the values of urban cycling and shows how any city that encourages cycling becomes a more vibrant, attractive and healthier city for everyone. Get here early — the bike racks fill up quickly!
July 9, stay for a Q&A with director David Chernushenko and producers.
July 10, stay for a panel discussion on sharing the road, featuring members of Citizens for Safe Cycling, the Canadian Automobile Association and the Enviro Centre.
Learn more about the screenings here.