There are some interviews from the doc on YouTube, but I can't find the full thing online.
Igor Kenk, bike shop operator. Kenk, an ex-cop from Slovenia, operated a ramshackle bike shop on Queen Street West in Toronto for 14 years. On July 16th 2008, he was busted and faces 100 charges relating to stolen bikes and drug trafficking.
John Pucher, Ph.D. is a Professor of Urban Planning at Rutgers University, New Jersey
His doctoral dissertation was on equity in public transit. Hes now one of the worlds pre-eminent bicycle scholars. Puchers recent work focuses on what is being done in the most advanced European cities to create urban spaces where cycling is a viable and valuable form of transportation.
Aaron Naparstek is the editor of Streetsblog, a network of Livable Streets Movement bloggers from around the world. He works in New York City and is the author of Honku, a book of haikus on road rage. He also takes his sons to daycare in his Dutch-made box bike".
Eric Britton is an American sustainability activist living and working in Paris. As the founder of The New Mobility Agenda, he pushes cities to adopt sustainable transportation policies.
Luud Schimmelpennink is a social inventor, industrial designer and politician in Amsterdam. In the 1960s, as a member of the Dutch Provos, a group of youthful social provocateurs, he became known as the main figure behind the famous White Bicycle Plan.