Narrated by David Attenborough.
DA: We can see her, a Deadly Nightshade and Man-shade out of their natural habitat of Vancouver, up in the valley of Pemberton BC, stalking their meal on their bikes.
DA: The Deadly Nightshade discovers Monkey Nuts at Ice Cap farms. Hand-crafted cozys made out of coconut shells.
DA: Blackbird Bakery in Pemberton is the best bakery there ever was. It is said that when you toast their Potato Bread with butter it's like eating heaven. YES! They combine the best parts of breakfast (potatoes and toast) and put it in one delicious form. This is a bakery sent to us by the gods as some sort of gift upon us mortals. The Nightsahdes starting off their Pemberton ride with one of these amazing muffins, which gave a good precedent for the rest of the fun-in-the-sun-biking-in-a-beautiful-valley day.
DA: We see here a Deadly Nightshade stopping along side a swarm of other cyclists at Riverdale Farms to take in the food, beverages, artwork and culture that abounds in the Pemberton Valley. She makes a sign to let others know she comes in peace.
DA: Strange message. What are the locals trying to say to the outside world?
DA: Behold the kinetic Bike Art. We see these Pembertonians positioning themselves in the bicycle tribe, by paying homage to Pemberton's vehicle of choice.
DA: What has gone on here?