Streetfilms with Español: Black Kids on Bikes

Click on the picture to go to the Streetfilm. Click on the green circle to pick Spanish subtitles.

The great David Barboza strikes again with Spanish subtitles for an “L.A. Streetfilm,” and again he chooses one of the films created by a local film maker.  Ivy London’s: Black Kids on Bikes was our first effort to produce a Streetfilm locally and focused on one of L.A.’s many famous group rides, although one that doesn’t get the same press as Critical Mass or Midnight Ridazz.  The BKoB ride is all about creating community and a place for inner city kids to ride safely and ride in a group.  A great film which could use a second play regardless of whether or not you want or need to read the subtitles.

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