“Best of Streetfilms”: NYC Bike Move

Shortly before he came out to Los Angeles to shoot a couple of Streetfilms, Nicholas Whitaker had to help move his girlfriend.  And he did so.  Using only bicycles to move all his furniture.  Apparently, a previous Streetfilm had captured a previous effort in Portland, but New York City is no Portland.

This
film illustrates how with a little ingenuity, determination, and
friends, it can be done without creating a huge impact on your
environment.

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