Streetfilm: NYC Bike Move

Inspired by a previous Streetfilm from Portland, Oregon, filmmaker Nicholas Whitaker decided to answer the challenge and bring you, "Bike Move Too." When his girlfriend Jes Schultz was priced out of her Fort Greene
Brooklyn apartment, they decided to call a few friends with bikes and
move her out, futon and all, to a new apartment in Crown Heights.

And here’s a Streetfilm for the snow day, too.

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