Dykes on Bikes Sydney is Australia’s longest-running female-identified motorcycle club, and one of the country’s oldest LGBTQIA+ community groups. With chapters all over the world, these days, the club is about having a good time with friends and giving back to the community. But things weren't always so recreational. Dykes on Bikes® Sydney emerged in response to gay hate crimes in the 1980s. The group met on weekend evenings to patrol the streets of Sydney and break up the attacks that were happening. From protectors of the streets to Sydney Mardi Gras icons, this project dives into present-day member accounts of their history, why they continue to ride today and continuing their legacy for future generations. A hybrid of a documentary and visual poem, this is a love letter to the Dykes on Bikes® Sydney.
Join Kate Cornish, Tilly Robba and Steph Jowett as they speak to Jarrad Seng about the ideas behind this film project and why they wanted to make it.Listen now
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