How can we make cycling more inclusive? Well, we can start by realizing all bodies are not alike. Shimano’s latest film, All Bodies on Bikes “dives headfirst into hard conversations about society’s obsession with weight, growing up fat, and issues of disordered eating.” The result is a powerful short film that will inspire people of all shapes and sizes to get out and ride.
Kailey Kornhauser and Marley Blonsky are on a mission – a mission to change the idea that people in larger bodies can’t ride bikes. The duo aims to make cycling more inclusive, beyond just inviting people of all sizes to ride bikes, but by changing the entire idea of what it means to be a cyclist — not just on screens, but on trails and in people’s minds.
- Director: Zeppelin Zeerip
- Producer: Zac Ramras
- Director of Photography: Michael Brown
- Editor: Michael Brown
- Sound Design: Avery Sandack
- Animation: Studio
- Dialog Starring: Kailey Korhauser Marley Blonsky
- Music: Easy Giant
- Rigger: Kyle Metzger
Native Lands: Duwamish, Coast Salish, Kalapuya, Chemapho, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, Alsea, Tillamook, Siletz, and Yakina.
Additional Thanks: Corvallis Bicycle Collective, Black Rock Mountain Bike Association, Velo Orange, Free Range Bike Shop
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