The Pedalshift Project 218: Filmed by Bike

With our… shall we say… unusual touring season this year, a lot of folks haven’t been able to have as much bike goodness in their life. And ordinarily, a cool bike film festival isn’t plopping down in your living room. But 2020’s edition of Filmed by Bike is! Ayleen Crotty joins us on this edition to chat all things bike fun, plus previews the bike adventure film in this year’s offerings.

The Pedalshift Project 218: Filmed by Bike 

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Image credit: 2020 entry, “I Just Want To Ride – Lael Wilcox and the Tour Divide” Rugile Kaladyte + PEARL iZUMi – Louisville, Colorado

Upcoming Bikey Events

FOTS Analisa van den Burgh is the organizer behind the Cycling With Summit September 18-20. It’s a great lineup of speakers including Pedalshift friend Jasmine Reece. Go check it out at

The Interview

The 18th Annual Filmed by Bike is happening virtually this year September 10-13. I’ve wanted to check this out for years but could never coordinate my Portland travels or check out any of the roads shows. But this year, I’m in. Check it out at

On this episode of the pod, I’m excited to chat with Filmed by Bike’s founder Ayleen Crotty. If you’re a bike Portlander, you’ve consumed some of the stuff she’s been in on the ground floor of. Midnight Mystery Ride, Pedalpalooza, Shift to Bikes, the KBOO Bike Radio Show? Yeah Ayleen’s legit.
We chat all about the film festival, including the bike adventurey entry this year plus more about the bike industry, diversity and more.
Filmed by Bike

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