The Best Sides of Cycling and Fundraiser

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Tuesday, April 16, 7–9 pm
SIFF Cinema Uptown Uptown (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
$5-$15 (sliding scale pricing)
All Ages

The following description comes from the event organizer.

Join us for an inspiring, community-focused evening at SIFF Cinema Uptown where we will be premiering The Best Sides of Cycling, a short documentary by Seattle filmmaker Philip Thangsombat.

Following the screening, there will be a Q&A with Philip Thangsombat and Hanoch Yeung of Best Side Cycling. We'll end the night with a raffle for Best Side Cycling apparel!


We will be offering sliding scale ticket prices ($5 - $15) to make this premiere accessible to everyone. There are tickets available at three price points ($5, $10, $15). Pay what you can.

A portion of the proceeds will go to Ampersand Bike Club, the community that brought Philip and Hanoch together! Ampersand Bike Club is an affinity space rooted in the ANHPI experience that strives to celebrate and support cyclists of BIPOC and multi-racial identities in Seattle.


The Best Sides of Cycling is a documentary about Hanoch Yeung of Best Side Cycling. What began as a humble cycling YouTube channel becomes a journey that transcends the sport. This is a true story about how human connection and dedication can inspire a community to summit even the steepest of hills.

Come join us for an evening celebrating and uplifting BIPOC stories, local filmmakers, and local organizations!


Event Location

SIFF Cinema Uptown

511 Queen Anne Ave N Seattle, WA Venue website

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