The Globe and Mail review
The Globe and Mail today carries a round-up of films at Moving Pictures Film Festival, with a paragraph on You Never Bike Alone.
Rob Howatson writes, "The most controversial film in the lineup, at least for Lotuslanders, is local journalist and pro-cyclist Bob Alstead's pedal-power documentary You Never Bike Alone. The film traces the history of bicycle activism in Vancouver, with a focus on the monthly Critical Mass rides that often tie up downtown's rush-hour traffic and act as a ticking time bomb for road rage. Most memorable scene: a 1997 confrontation between protesters and motorists on the Georgia Viaduct -- with a deafening Indy race roaring below."