Classic bike movies, food and music at the East Side Cultural Crawl this weekend

East Side Cultural Crawl 2011
The Crawl, November 18 + 19 + 20, 2011

If you are in Vancouver this weekend, come by our studio and join us for the 15th Annual Edition of the East Side Cultural Crawl. This years edition of this 3 day FREE event will see more than 350 artists open the doors of their studios to the public, and Cima Coppi is one of them.

Come and check our new products for 2012, get your measures taken and place an order for your custom cycling jersey, or simply show up for some films, music, light snacks and LOTS of bike related talking.

We’ve stocked a great selection of bike movies, including many classics, and we’ll be projecting them on that big screen also known as our wall. This is the list:

  • Stars and Watercarriers
  • A Sunday in Hell
  • Road to Roubaix
  • The Greatest Show on Earth
  • Chasing Legends
  • Hell on Wheels
  • Triplets of Bellevile


  • Friday, Nov 18th (5-10PM)
  • Saturday, Nov 19th (11-6PM)
  • Sunday, Nov 20th (11-6PM)

Where: Studio #209 – 1701 Powell Street, East Vancouver

Where to find us for The Crawl


4 thoughts on “Classic bike movies, food and music at the East Side Cultural Crawl this weekend

  1. Was a pleasure meeting you both this evening in your beautiful studio. I will proudly wear my velo shirt and my wife is in love with her Brooklyn long sleeve. I’ll stop by for a cap next time and discuss a full zip feminine long sleeve we only briefly chatted about…

  2. Hi! I just bought one of your wool caps from On the Rivet and took it out for a ride today. I love it, so thank you!

    Also, I like your list of cycling films. I’m working my way through those right now, and just watched Chasing Legends and Hell on Wheels. Two others that you might think are worth checking out are Pedal, a documentary about bicycle messengers in NYC…a really good film and a look into an interesting subculture. Also, Ride the Divide, not urban or even exclusively road, but a film about the few riders that complete the yearly race down the continental divide on bicycle. Some of it is over road, some of it on trails, but the whole thing is this physical, mental and emotional struggle to complete. They’re both pretty rewarding anyway, especially because there aren’t too many great cycling films out there.

    Thanks again!

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