Who's In It? You Never Bike Alone credits
Who's in it? A cast of thousands, you could say. You Never Bike Alone covers numerous bike rides, events and incidents, over more than a decade, in the city of Vancouver, Canada.
It features interviews and observations from a mass of cyclists, motorists, transportation commentators, planners, including (in order of appearance):
Dr. Fred Bass Vancouver city councillor (1999-2005) and Critical Mass rider.
Richard Campbell Director of Active Transportation, B.E.S.T. (Better Environmentally Sound Transportation) and former co-ordinator of the "Bicycle People."
RedSara Artist and freak-bike builder.
Steve Kisby Member of the Bicycle People and activist.
Carmen Mills Organizer of the Commercial Drive Car Free Festival and former editor of Momentum Magazine.
Russell Adams Artist, activist and freak-bike builder.
David Hay Bike lawyer with Richard Buell Sutton in Vancouver.
Jaggi Singh Political activist, arrested in August 1997 Vancouver Critical Mass.
Gordon Price Vancouver city councillor (1986-2003) and director of the City Program at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver.
William Rees Professor, University of British Columbia, SCARP. Founder of Ecological Footprint Analysis. Lifetime cyclist.
Bonnie Fenton Chair, Vancouver City Council Bicycle Advisory Committee and Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition representative.
Suzie Webb and Sasha Webb Critical Mass and World Naked Bike Ride participants.
Peter Ladner Vancouver city councillor (2002-), Vancouver city council Bicycle Advisory Committee.
Members of MC3 (aka Margaret Charles Chopper Collective) Douglas Johnson, Cara Fisher, David Grove, "Chainbreaker" Jane Buker, Liz Tilley, James Thompson, Lee "The Fossilosopher" Henderson, Ifny LaChance, Bike Dr. Pol, and more.
The Brakes and The B:C:Clettes bike dance performance groups.
Khan Lee Freak-bike designer.
Jim Hoehnle Director of PedalPlay, organization dedicated to promoting pedal-powered culture in the community.
Jack Bates Biker.
Conrad Schmidt Founder of the World Naked Bike Ride and co-ordinator of the Work Less Party.
Kevin Falcon Transportation Minister, British Columbia, Canada.
Gordon Campbell Premier of British Columbia, Canada.
Derek Corrigan Mayor of Burnaby (2002-), municipality neighbouring Vancouver.
David Fields Transportation campaigner, SPEC.
Paige Dampier Citizens Concerned With Highway Expansion.
Kevin Potvin Journalist and editor of the Republic of East Van.
Anthony Perl Professor and Director of Urban Studies Program, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver.
Riders on Vancouver Critical Mass rides between August 1996 and October 2006, Tame the Lions Rides of the 1990s, the Wholesome Undie, East Van Chopper Festival.