What could be better than a mountain bike ride before a Thanksgiving feast? How about watching Singletrack High for dessert? NICA, the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, is giving you the chance to watch the movie "Singletrack High" anytime this coming Thursday through Sunday in your own home. If you haven't yet seen the film, the Mountain Bike Action wrecking crew encourage you to take this opportunity and share the fun with your family and friends. This is a film that is just as good for non-riders as it is for riders.
A password is required to view the film by clicking here and completing a super short survey. Once you complete it, you will be provided the password.
This is only valid November 28th through the 30th. All you need to supply is the popcorn.
Many kids in America stop riding bikes in high school.
Riding through puddles is no longer cool. Two wheels get traded in for
four. However, for hundreds of kids in Northern California, the ride never
stops...it gets faster. These are the student-athletes of the NorCal
High School Mountain Bike League. They come from the mountains, the
suburbs, and the city. Some ride carbon fiber race bikes, others old
steel clunkers. They ride to win, to finish, and to escape. For six
weekends every spring, they don their school colors, roll up to the
start line, and fly. This is Singletrack High.
Singletrack High Teaser from Pedal Born Pictures on Vimeo.