A few weeks ago, a guy named Jay stopped by our construction site of a house to talk. We talked mostly about biking across Canada and you can listen to the conversation as part of Jay’s podcast, Not So Boring Conversations.
If you’re in the Windsor area, local maker space Hackforge will be screening The Cross Canada Project on May 26th at 7PM. I will also giving a small talk before about the building of the bikecam that I used to film the movie and answering any questions afterwards. If you’re a facebooker, there is a page for the event.
I just received another batch of The Cross Canada Project DVD’s, sorry for not having them available for the last few months. They are $20 with free worldwide shipping, and you can buy them here.
I just found out that Bike Friendly Windsor will be showing The Cross Canada Project at Milk (68 University Ave) on June 10th as part of Bike to Work Week. So if you’re in the Windsor area, I believe it starts at 7:30 and the admission is free. If you use facebook, they have an event page set up.
Recently I went to Bike Friendly Windsor’s Ride of Silence, which was a very good event. About 80 cyclists rode all around Windsor in complete silence, in memory of cyclists that have lost their lives in the city.
bikingacrosscanada.ca has posted a nice review of The Cross Canada Project DVD. I also just noticed that the full version has passed 10,000 views on vimeo which I think is pretty damn cool! DVD stock is running low once again (only 5 left), so order a copy… your partner will appreciate a valentines day gift that isn’t red and/or heart-shaped.