Thursday, Sep 19
MOVIE NIGHT @ McMENAMINS
NOTBAD (plus, TOM RITCHEY’S 40 YEAR RIDE)
Old. St Francis School Theater
9:00 p.m. | $5 per person (cash only) | 21 & over
Pine Mountain Sports and our friends at the new Mt. Bachelor Bike Park are thrilled to bring you the first COTA Movie Night at McMenamins double feature! This month we’re featuring two short mountain bike films…
NOTBAD (30 Minutes)
A new film from the crew who brought you The Collective, Roam and Strength In Numbers. Starring Brandon Semenuk, Cam McCaul, and Andrew Shandro.
This is a tale of epic adventure. A tale of seven brave riders to set out from the four corners of the globe to gather under one roof in a town located at the ends of the earth. A tale with no beginning and no end but where a few things happen in between.
This film is Not Bad… And follows thirty days of bicycle tom foolery in New Zealand.
LINK TO MOVIE TRAILER:
TOM RITCHEY’S 40 YEAR RIDE (20 Minutes)
Tom Ritchey recently celebrated his 40th year in the cycling industry with a keg of beer, a crowd of admirers and a movie, created by his filmmaker son Jay Ritchey, that examines the creative processes that led him to build some of the first true mountain bikes in the early 1970s in Marin County, California.
Movie Night at McMenamins raises funds and awareness for Central Oregon Trail Alliance. (cotamtb.com)