The Cycle-In Cinema is a Pop-Up Generated Solely by Cyclists

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 5, 2011 • References: & springwise
Drive-in movies are nice, but they can't provide you with anywhere near the workout that the Cycle-in Cinema can. The Cycle-in Cinema is a pop-up movie theater created by the UK's Magnificent Revolution that runs solely off of pedal power.

The Cycle-in Cinema offers free film screenings to anyone with a bicycle and a willingness to pedal. Participants ride into the theater where there bicycles are then hooked up to a generator. Riders can use either their cellphones or a small radio to tune into the movie just like at a real drive-in. All riders are given a small meter that lets them see how much power they are producing with their pedaling. The Cycle-in Cinema could be a huge hit in the U.S. depending on which city you bring it to. Here's hoping Magnificent Revolution decides to bring their awesome idea across the pond sometime soon. Stats for Pedal-Powered Movie Theaters Trending: Older & Average
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