Browsing Month »October, 2007«

Brand Spanking New!

October 30, 2007

What do you think? New name, Magnificent Revolution, new look BUT the same good old bike power. From now on we’re officially not just the cinema but a groovy educational entertainment system! Sounds flash doesn’t it. We will do music, art, cinema and education…all pedal powered.?? You got to love it. Babs

Akashi Festival

October 29, 2007

We were asked to run a small half hour workshop at the Akashi Festival, a multicultural event at the Junction, Cambridge on Saturday. The event was a fusion of art, music, dance, food and discussion to celebrate and share ideas for challenging climate change, and to celebrate what different cultures and faiths teach on looking […]

Bike powered Bday Bash

October 29, 2007

You wouldn’t believe it but even the fireman showed up to this one. We had them on bikes loving it. Very nice lady that hosted us at our Big Chill premiere has turned a year older. We thought that a great way to say thanks again would be to bike power her Birthday Party. We […]

We did it again!

October 29, 2007

10 people, 20 legs were working the cinema again at the Interdependence Day in London. We managed to build a smaller console box…slightly more manageable for transport but still a heavy monster. It felt good to get all the gear out again, get people cycling and show some films. Couple of our new volunteers from […]

Cider Farm Gig

October 8, 2007

With a bit of help from a mate, managed to overcome my phobia of all things computer and knock out this poster advertising our joint gig at Broome Hill cider farm with Rat Patrol UK. Mon

Time to straighten right out!

October 7, 2007

You would be glad to hear that we’re getting ourselves organised. Yes, it’s true. We’re not just bunch of hopeless amateurs but flourishing bike power pros. After a few meetings, some painful some pleasant, we came to some agreement on our modus operandi: So far we have 4 groups Event Tech Film & music Admin […]

Improving Our Kit

October 7, 2007

With our up and coming events we want to be able to use kids bikes to power our kit. Using a lovely pink girls Raleigh bike, a modified stand and an adult pretending to be a child we estimate that kids under 12 will be able to power up to 100W peak, but probably only […]


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