I use my bike for a lot of things - running errants and visiting friends - but how about using it to power a cinema?
Well in the last event of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea's (RBKC) inTRANSIT festival, Portobello Pop-Up will be screening the film A Town Called Panic, a French stop-animation film distinct for holding the title of being the first in its genre of being premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.
The fun part? Just cycle over to Portobello Road, set your ride up to a generator and power and watch the film for free.
And if you stop cycling, the reel will stop rolling too!
This is great fun if you're with friends and family and certainly beats being on an exercise bike.
inTRANSIT Cycle-In Cinema 31 July. Doors open 7.30pm | Portobello Pop-Up Cinema | Acklam Road W10 5TY