Adventure Shorts Program Details

Our screening is right around the corner, next Tuesday, September 14th from 7 to 9PM!  Tickets are still available but selling out quickly. Get Your Tickets Now!

If you’re still on the fence about coming out, here is a quick rundown of the just updated Filmed By Bike Adventure Shorts program.

The Filmed by Bike Adventure Shorts program features inspiring tales of adventure, struggle and triumph on the rugged road. The path to expedition isn’t always easy, but nature and a wild sense of curiosity lure us away from our computers, desks and schedules to enter the great wide open.

These incredible films will wow audiences with their gorgeous cinematography and compelling stories. Appropriate for all ages.

FASHION by Katie Sox 

Pro Enduro Racer Porsha Murdock mugs for the camera.
Location: Bend, OR | Length: 1 minute

Should by The Adventure Syndicate + Kat Brown

Exploring the social pressures and expectations felt by girls through the medium of mud, dirt and grit!
Location: Iverness, UK | Length: 8 minutes

Studio Ghibli Campout by Erik Binggeser + Alison Mae Bonham

A #swiftcampoutvidchallenge homage to Studio Ghibli and bikepacking
Location: Austin, TX | Length: 4 minutes

Ruta Chingaza: Bikepacking For Conservation by Rugile Kaladyte

Lael Wilcox and other notable self-supported ultra endurance cyclists partner with Conservation International to build a new route through some of the most inspiring, rugged and environmentally important landscapes in Colombia.
Location: Austin, TX | Length: 4 minutes

The Legend of Tommy G by Anthill Films

Where in the world is Tommy G? The Belgian freerider has been a bit aloof lately and wild rumours have been spreading throughout the mountain bike world.
Location: Squamish, BC | Length: 6 minutes

The Big Lockdown Traverse by Jeremy Janin

The French governement proclaimed a 4 to 6 weeks lockdown just when Jeremy had big plans for a backpacking trip. “This is when I decided to take on the best bikepacking trip I’ve never had.”
Location: Lille, France | Length: 7 minutes

Bike to Bugs by Gretchen Leggitt

Kona Ambassador Gretchen Leggitt and friend Robin Kodner rode from Bellingham, Washington to climb in the Bugaboo mountains. This animation showcases the emotions of the two-week journey.
Location: Bellingham, WA | Length: 4 minutes

Lael Rides Alaska by PEARL iZUMi + Rugile Kaladyte

Lael Wilcox is a 4th generation Alaskan and an ultra-distance cyclist. The global pandemic of 2020 provided a unique opportunity to revisit her dream project: ride from home, spend time with her family, bring them along and encourage others to pursue their own adventures as she traversed the state of Alaska.
Location:  Louisville, CO | Length: 17 minutes

This is Home: Jackson Goldstone by Anthill Films

Many mountain bike athletes start their careers early, honing skills well before the first signs of adolescence. Then there’s Jackson Goldstone.The Squamish, B.C. youth shot to stardom in 2010 when a homemade video of him riding, jumping, dropping and spinning his balance bike on the way to kindergarten went viral.
Location:  Squamish, BC | Length: 8 minutes

My Flipp’n Wife (Mother Flipper) by Ryan Gibb

Kaylee Gibb fell in love the moment she was introduced but for many years, Kaylee got swept in the whirlwind of taking care of 3 young children. Her first goal when returning to the sport was to learn and land a dirt backflip.
Location:  Victoria, BC | Length: 2 minutes

Becoming Ruby by Dave Mayers

Not seeing herself reflected in the outdoor industry, mountain biker, skier and artist Brooklyn Bell created her own role model: a hand-drawn hero called Ruby J, and Brooklyn spent the next few years trying to “live like her, breathe like her, be unapologetically black like her. With Ruby J as a guide, Brooklyn has come to discover and shape her own identity, one that intertwines her love for dirt, snow, and art – and a voice with which to advocate for diversity and inclusion.
Location:  Bellingham, WA | Length: 19 minutes

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