Escape Adventures NZ are supporters and true friends of this Big Bike Film Night NZ event, these guys really see and share the BIG picture! 
“Na to rourou, na taku rourou, ka ora ai te iwi”
“With your food basket and my food basket, the people will thrive.”

The Big Bike Film Night is an evening dedicated to the love of cycling; and pedaling alongside us is our partner the Cycle Chic Film Tour celebrating, inspiring and encouraging women who love to bike.
As well as these two short film fests, we have the Big Bike Film Night ‘Feature Series‘ for those that crave even for more bike drama, more bike action, and more bike entertainment with inspiring Feature length cycling documentary films. These will be shown when we can find films that we believe inspire and entertain our audiences.

WE SUPPORT The Big Bike Film Night Dreaming big, and going BIGGER!

Our 2019 collection has a breath-taking range of short movies that are original, educational, entertaining and most importantly of all – inspirational; all celebrating the fun, adventure and joy that cycling enables.

So whether its road cycling, fixed gear, mountain biking, downhill, BMX, uni-cycling, cargo bikes, bike touring, bike trekking, commuter, cruiser, cycle-cross, penne farthing, tri-cycle, tandem, … ALL are embraced, ALL accepted and ALL honoured in this tribute to the humble bike.

Dreaming big, and going BIGGER!

A desire to share his love of bikes and to support the community set a Taupō local in 2014 on the path from weekend bike enthusiast to creating one of Australasia’s best-loved short film festivals.

“Over the last two decades, we’ve helped people adventure many places by bike, and we look forward to helping many more!

THE BIG BIKE FILM NIGHT 2019 toured across New Zealand with our short film line-up from 8 March and visited a whole lot of places around the country until 26 May.

September- October – Visited Australia with screenings in Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo, Canberra, Hobart, Launceston, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Sydney.

We were also privileged to present for our ‘Feature Series’ audiences’ the inspiring NZ made cycling documentary ONE DAY AHEAD on 8 ordinary Kiwis journey taking on all 21 stages of the Tour de France one day ahead of the event, raising moneys for the Mental Health Foundation of NZ. The “WORLD Premiere” took place on Friday 25th January at Cambridge, and then visited Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch over 27 Feb-1 March.

We also found time to have a one off screening in Auckland of a classic film- ‘A Sunday in Hell’ which lived up to its reputation as one of the best cycling films ever!