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Video Vancouver: All Bodies On Bikes

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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



  1. City slicker cyclists always ignore stop signs if there is no oncoming traffic. Self righteous and superior. They wonder why people steal their bikes, but never obey traffic laws. Is there a connection? Yes. When a community looks the other way, the criminals find zero policing. Mass disobedience is fun, but many will not ride bikes because of the lawlessness of both cars and bikes. Vancouver is a complete disaster with traffic lawlessness, ruling town.

  2. A nice video, but it is really only about recreational cycling. If one really wants to reduce obesity, the focus needs to be on everyday A to B transportation cycling for all the places people need to go to. For example, take a look at this video of rush hour in Utrecht. I do not see a single obese person. See: