Images from Sunday 29th August Motherload presentation
A few images from the Saturday night cargo bike presentation are also available at the bottom of this post!
Met office now says the weather will be ideal on Saturday and Sunday so we’ll be running presentations on both dates! Temperature may dip to 15 degrees Celsius, so probably best to bring a jumper.
On Sat 28th & Sun 29th August, ChiCycle will stage interactive multimedia presentations explaining the advantages of cargo bikes, particularly for transporting young families. Everyone is welcome to join us, particularly if they use sustainable-transport/active-travel to arrive at the event.
The ChiCycle cargo-bike multimedia presentations will take place at the Railwaymen Sculptures at the Amphitheatre on Centurion Way close to where the path is crossed by the Hunter’s Race bridge near Lavant.
Because we will be projecting images and video, these will be family summer evening events starting at 8:30 pm. We have plenty of material to show and we plan to finish the events shortly after 10:00 pm. Please contact us if anyone has mobility issues making it harder to attend the event as we may be able to provide a trishaw ride so it is easy for everyone to get to the event.
Find out how to easily move young families around in style. Kids can enjoy healthy experiences of outdoor environments and be part of community living rather than remaining cadged inside sterile and unstimulating car environments whenever they travel.
Because these are outdoor events, they will be weather dependent. We aim to update our website the afternoon before each presentation to give a weather check and confirmation the evenings event will going ahead.
ChiCycle member Jonathan Fulford is a dedicated cargo bike enthusiast commuting on his Harry Vs. Larry Bullet every day between Bosham and Mundham. Although Jonathan initiated this presentation project and he hopes to join us for these event, he does work in agriculture and is likely to have to dash off to keep harvest machinery up and running. Even if Jonathan’s work does call him away on these evenings, we will still bring his excellent cargo bike to the events so can people can see how these kinds of bikes can easily shift cargo around. Cargo bike transport solutions work particularly well with the mostly level terrain we have surrounding Chichester.
We advise bringing a fold up chair or a waterproof blanket to sit on if the weather has been wet.
We hope plenty of people can join us for these late summer evening events.
A map of were we will be is provided below
Saturday nights event
Tom Broughton kicked off the pedalling to power the silver screen warm up showing of 2017 New York Film Festival clips of Blond Redhead soundtrack backed opening video. Digby Fulford then powered his own premier screening of Cargo Bike movie in lockdown. – YouTube.
Clips of the Liz Canning Motherload film were then presented by Jonathan Fulford and powered by Gabby Adams, Digby Fulford, Jonathan Fulford and Bill Sharp.