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Get on ‘The Empty Seat’ with Davis filmmaker
tyler wall1W Brian Wall, right, and Alaska musician "Hobo Jim" take a spin on the tandem bike in Alaska for the first episode of a new Internet series, "The Empty Seat." Tyler Wall/Courtesy photo
Is Davis truly the bike capital of the world?

That’s the question former Davis resident Tyler Wall and his uncle, Brian Wall, try to answer in the second episode of their Internet show — called "The Empty Seat" — in which Brian bikes around towns and countrysides on a tandem bicycle, interviewing residents who choose to hop on the back seat about the places where they live.

Brian says the idea for the rather unorthodox travel show originated years ago.

“When I was younger, in my 20s … I was always going to get a tandem bike, and I ...

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