British director Ridley Scott created the low-budget "Boy & Bicycle" in 1965, featuring his younger brother Tony Scott riding a bicycle around town. Ridley Scott went on to direct Alien in 1979 and Blade Runner in 1982, neither of which had any bicycles. His film A Good Year opened today.
The bike-riding younger brother Tony Scott directed Top Gun in 1986; his Enemy of the State in 1998 had one of the good guys getting away from the bad guys on a bicycle when he gets creamed by a firetruck. Tony Scott's Déjà vu opens later this year.