Another surprisingly cool film from Marcus Stitz, the man who traveled solo speed around the world and made a movie using only his smartphone.
Marcus Stitz’s latest bikepacking film is about a Scottish eco-museum where the residents of, so to speak, the museum’s attendants take care of the landscape and permanent equipment while traveling. To view, switch off and let go.
Climate change and the impact of my actions on future generations are very important to me, and I want to provide people with positive alternatives to our car-centric culture. For me, cycling has had a huge positive impact on my life, both on my own physical and mental health. I know it will take time to change our habits and that we need good alternatives, like the electric bus that I used to drive from Edinburgh to the Ecomuseum. But as Jen so brilliantly puts it in the film, we can make a small difference and be part of a better story in the future. In my opinion, we need to be more mindful of the impact it has on our planet and the generations to come so that even beautiful places like the Caterran Ecomuseum can inspire generations to come. For me, the joy of cycling does not depend on the latest innovation in cycling. It depends on connecting with people and places, and the Cateran Ecomuseum has made it possible for me.
Reinhardswald near Kassel in Germany is a ecomuseum, in parts of Alsace in France. Do you know the ecomuseum approach?
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