Humboldt Bike Film Festival

November 30, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
$15 general/$10 students

Revolution Bicycles and ATL present the Humboldt premier of Filmed by Bike and Singletrack High in this all-ages benefit for the Humboldt Composite High School Mountain Bike Club (HCMTBC).

Doors open at 6pm.
Tickets: $15 general admission/$10 for all students, available at Revolution Bicycles and from HCMTBC students. Tickets available at the door unless otherwise sold out. All proceeds go to support HCMTBC.

Founded in 2003, Filmed by Bike showcases the best of the best of short bike films from across cultures and continents at their annual Portland Film Festival in May. From there, these films go on tour to delight audiences across the globe. The documentary film Singletrack High will open this fun, adventure-filled night, and highlights the incredible impact of high school mountain biking on kids.

Singletrack High

At the age of 16, many American kids trade in two wheels for four. Trusty steeds that once gave them freedom to explore on weekends now collect dust in the garage. For a growing number of high school students in Northern California, however, two wheels don’t get dusty, they get dirty. Their lives continue to revolve around weekend rides, but now those rides have a finish line. These are the student athletes of the NorCal High School Cycling League. This is Singletrack High.


Filmed By Bike – Adventure Shorts

Outdoorsy, adventure, rugged road, bike packing, fun, inspiring.
Bicycles are freedom, allowing us to go further and faster than we ever dreamed possible. Now more than ever people are taking their bicycles to unique and scenic locations for wild adventures. Join us on a journey to the far-reaching edges of the planet as we watch intrepid cyclists explore the rugged open road, and all the trials, tribulations and triumphs that come bikepacking, touring, fat biking, snow explorations, off road riding and conquering major feats.
This collection features 12 gorgeous films, beautifully shot and cinematic. Relax and sink into the landscape.


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