“MotherLoad Movie” and Q and A Presenting Director Liz Canning

GoByBikeBC.ca/nelson: MOTHERLOAD Movie Virtual Community Screening – Sept 30 – Oct 2, 2020

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Check out this inspiring and award-winning documentary that uses the cargo bike as a vehicle for exploring parenthood in this digital age of climate change!

Filmmaker Liz Canning cycled everywhere until she had twins in 2008. Motherhood was challenging but to Liz, hauling babies via car felt stifling. She Googled `family bike` and uncovered a global movement of people replacing cars with cargo bikes: long-frame bicycles designed for carrying heavy loads. Liz set out to learn more, and the Mother Load Movie was born. 

What you get with your $10cdn. Ticket:

  1. Access to watch this documentary over a 48 hour period  (from 7 pm Wednesday, 30 September to 7 pm Friday, 2 October 2020)
  2. A link via Crowdcast to participate in a live, virtual Q & A with director Liz Canning, and three other guest panel members: Anna Lamb-Yorski, President of the West Kootenay Cycling Coalition. Colin Stein, Executive Director of the BC Cycling Coalition, and local cargo biking mother of two, Nadine BenRhaba
  3.  A one-year complimentary West Kootenay Cycling Coalition membership
Q & A Panelists

The West Kootenay Cycling Coalition is hosting this film as one of our events for Go By Bike Week in Nelson. For up to date information about this and other events during Go By Bike Week, visit our Facebook Page. 

Have fun, stay active, and help us reach or exceed our goal to collectively bike ride (or e-bike ride) 3000 km during Go By Bike Week!

To learn more about how you can register for Go By Bike Week and get entered to win some great prizes visit Go By Bike BC.