The Northwest-focused mountain biking documentary “Pedal-Driven” will make its international premiere Friday, April 15, in conjunction with the Sea Otter Classic bike festival in Monterey.
The showing will be at 7 p.m. in the Goldenstate Theater, 417 Alvarado St. in downtown Monterey.
Washington and B.C. riders will feel right at home with the film’s depictions of high-country riding in the Leavenworth area and Seattle-area haunts like Duthie Hill and Colonnade mountain bike parks.
The story line has to do with clashes between trail builders and regulatory authorities, mostly the U.S. Forest Service. If you want a clear understanding of the passion and principle driving both sides of the equation, you need to see “Pedal-Driven.” A full page of trailers for the film at here.
Movie premieres at Sea Otter always bring out the best crowds in biking culture, and “Pedal-Driven” promises to stoke the folk as much as past hits like “Freedom Riders” and “Follow Me.”
“Pedal-Driven” was put together by Howell At The Moon productions in Wenatchee and boosted by donations from Kickstarter. Sponsors also include IMBA, Specialized and Shimano.
Come on out at Sea Otter, or otherwise watch for a screening near you!