The film visits the most remote locations on the planet in a mountain biking expedition “unlike any other ever undertaken.” It follows some of the worlds top freeriders such as Cameron Zink and Andreu Lacondecguy as they search for unexplored terrain around the globe in the hope of shaping the future of big mountain freeriding.
The screening will take place in the main theatre of the NEC at 1.20pm on Saturday 29 September. Entry is free and on a first come first served basis. Should you not be able to make it, it’s available to buy now on DVD, BluRay and iTunes.
The freeride film explores world’s most remote riding locations:Red Bull Media House
Special ticket offer for Cycle Show 2012
BikeRadar readers are being offered a special ticket price of just £11.50* per ticket in advance by visiting www.cycleshow.co.uk/book and entering discount code BRD when prompted. Tickets for children aged 14 and under are £1 with a paying adult. Children under five go free.
*Tickets are normally £13 in advance and £16 on the door. A £1 booking fee will be charged for all advance bookings.