New, weekly ‘Bike Smut’ show coming to Clinton St. Theater

Posted by on April 20th, 2012 at 1:35 pm

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Phil Sano outside the Clinton Street Theater last Friday.
(Photo © J. Maus)

Fresh off his “Bike Smut” world tour, filmmaker, nudity activist, and bike fun provocateur Phil Sano (a.k.a. “Reverend Phil”) is launching a new weekly show at the Clinton Street Theater.

Here’s more from Sano via a press release sent out this morning:

Bike Smut, the homegrown international touring film festival, is excited to announce a new series of programming at The Clinton Street Theater. While busy curating the sixth year of original bike-sexual content from cyclists and perverts the world over, Bike Smut will spend the month of May screening some of their favorite past submissions and films that have paved the way, provided inspiration or just made them get their bike shorts in a twist. More than just bike movies without the sex or pornography sans bike, Bike Smut’s programming promises to titillate anyone’s curiosity.

Sano says each week’s show will be hosted by “local bike-sexual superstars” and will include singing, dancing and commentary. The first show is set for May 1st and they’ll run every Tuesday in May after that. Tickets are $7. Stay tuned to Sano’s website for announcements of show schedules and details.

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Sexy sexy bicycle!!

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we are also asking for your ideas about why sex and sex-positive culture AND/OR human powered transportation are liberating. if you have a suggestion post it here or send a message to bikesmut[aught]gmail.com