In a personal video project from Australian filmmaker and biker Raechel Harding, two minorities in the biking community get the chance to share a new story. Female fixed-gear riders take charge in this view of Melbourne from behind the handlebars. Harding, an internationally known and award-winning videographer, created this short film in order to “highlight these talented women, giving voice to women on the scene”. Thanks to Raechel, we can all learn more about the nuances of bike culture from those that come from outside the norm. Check out “Fixed on Fixed” by Raechel Harding, and get a new perspective on these old tricks.
Video: Fixed on Fixed
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