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Angelenos know that in their hometown, there are two immutable facts: traffic sucks and biking, more than just a way to get around, is its own distinct subculture.
"To Live and Ride in LA," a new film by director David Rowe, is the first film to examine the "fixed-gear culture," a group of cyclists specializing in fixed-gear -- read: no brakes -- bikes.
In this exclusive clip from the film -- served here in celebration of Ride Your Bike to Work Week -- fixed-gear rider Mr. Quick, frustrated from the constant traffic, exits his gear, straps on his helmet and flies through the 405 freeway. Get More »