Flying Pigeon LA’s case for more bike racks

Bike racks are not just a place to park your bike – they can represent a civilizing spirit in the city. A spirit that says that streets belong to people, that they are places where everyone should feel safe enough to let their kids play and enjoy the company of others. Bike racks make the city more fun!

The “inverted U” bike racks in this short film are outside the doors of Flying Pigeon LA bike shop in North East Los Angeles. Cameos include our former upstairs neighbors Guillermo and Jason, Steve Campos from Steel Fabricated Arts, Nathan Baird from LADOT, and Charly from Team Flying Pigeon.

Music in the film is the song “How Long is the Road” by The Crying Shame off of their album Old Disguise. You should buy their music.

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