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Havana Bikes: The resourceful bicycle culture of Havana, Cuba

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In a country with economic constraints and limited resources, the bicycle culture of Havana, Cuba has both flourished for its alternative mode of transportation, and struggled as new bikes and repair parts become more and more scarce. But a handful of resourceful mechanics are still trying to keep all kinds of bikes up and running for those who rely on them daily. From Kauri Multimedia, with subtitles: Havana Bikes.

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