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Sunday November 18 2018
03:30 PM

Dutch cycling doc ‘Why We Cycle’ to screen in Derry on Sunday

category dublin | environment | event notice author Thursday November 15, 2018 23:31author by Irish Cycle Report this post to the editors

NEWS-IN-BRIEF: Derry’s Foyle Film Festival is to host a screening of the Dutch cycling documentary Why We Cycle.

The screening which is being run in conjunction with Cycle Derry and Cyclist.ie is this Sunday, November 18 at 3.30pm in the Nerve Centre.

Why We Cycle is described as taking a journey with ordinary people who cycle and Dutch cycling experts with the resultant conversations uncovering the impact that cycle-friendly cities can have on society.

Tickets can be booked for £3.50 via foylefilmfestival.org/programme/why-we-cycle

Related Link: http://irishcycle.com/2018/11/15/dutch-cycling-doc-why-we-cycle-to-screen-in-derry-on-sunday/

Caption: Why We Cycle (Trailer)


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