The Dixie Mountain Bike Trail Association (DMBTA) along with DocUtah would like to invite everyone to Southern Utah to enjoy a showing of the bikeumentary, Pedal Driven. The showing will take place September 16th at 8 p.m.
The film showcases trailbuilding and the movement from illegal trailbuilding to partnerning with land managment to build sustainable trails.
There will be a Pre-Show celebration starting at 6 pm and consists of live music, raffle drawings, and an expo of bike related awesomeness. It will definitely be the place to be that Friday for everything bike.
The screening of Pedal Driven will be proceeded by a sampling of local bike film talent. If you have a film you would like to submit for consideration please email [email protected]. After the screening of Pedal Driven the film makers will be available for a Q & A.
And then the fun continues.
After the show, there will be a group night ride on some of our local trails. The exact route hasn’t been determined yet but will be fun for the advanced and rideable for the novice. Bike parking will be provided at the theater. After the ride, everyone is invited for a social at the Red Rock Service Center to help you wind down and let everyone tell their stories of how awesome the ride was.
Tickets are available for purchase at Over the Edge Sports in Hurricane or at Red Rock Bicycle Co. in St. George. Tickets purchased early are $10, four of those bucks will go directly to the DMBTA to help support the growing bicycle community in Southern Utah.
The happenings will all start at 6 pm at the Electric Theater in St. George. The theater is located at 68 East Tabernacle in downtown St. George.
More information on the film is at pedaldriven.howellatthemoon.com.
More information on the film festival is at docutah.com.