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Veer explores America's fast-growing bicycling culture by profiling five people whose lives are inextricably tied to bicycling and the bike-centric social groups they belong to. The film follows these characters over the course of a year, offering a behind-the-scenes look at their personal struggles and triumphs. Veer examines what it means to be part of a community, and how social movements are formed.
Veer is the story of five Portland (Ore.) cyclists whose lives have been changed because of their involvement in cycling. Over the course of a year the filmmakers captured their struggles, personal triumphs, and a few vulnerable moments. It is through these stories that the film entertains, inspires, and captures the spirit of bike communities emerging all across the country.
Follows the stories of several bicycle groups and their members in the Pacific Northwest through 3 seasons. It is a character-driven document of bike culture in the NW and beyond.
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