Locally Produced “Spoke N’ Trail Film Festival” Presented by Southwest Montana Mountain Bike Association, Fundraiser for 2020 Local Trails Stewardship
Southwest Montana Mountain Bike Association (SWMMBA) announces the Spoke N’ Trail Film Festival on Wednesday, April 8th 2020 at the Emerson Center for the Arts Theater. Doors open 6:00pm, event program begins at 6:45pm. All proceeds benefit trail stewardship projects near Bozeman, Big Sky and across southwest Montana taking place Summer 2020.
Get free or discounted tickets to the event by joining SWMMBA’s free membership or the Dirt Hero monthly giving circle. Not only do you receive benefits throughout the year when you join SWMMBA, you also ensure the building and stewardship of your local public trails. Discounts apply to current members and Dirt Heroes. To sign up as a member or Dirt Hero and receive your ticket benefits, contact Keili Bell at Keili@SouthwestMontanaMBA.org or (435) 890-0536.
Beer donated to the event by MAP Brewing and Bridger Brewing. Raffle and business sponsors include: Wildrye Distilling, Grizzly Outfitters, Stio, Big Sky Resort. All funds raised go directly to local trail projects and stewardship.
Spoke N’ Trail Film Festival, a night to celebrate local trails and community in southwest Montana. Created by SWMMBA, the film festival is a fundraiser for the development and maintenance of local mountain biking trails in southwest Montana. The Spoke ‘N Trail Film Festival celebrates community and quality of life through access to trails. Whether you mountain bike, trail run, hike, cross-country ski, paraglide the M, or ride your horse to experience a quality life here in southwest Montana, you’ll want to join us for a night of films that include:
• Wildrye Distilling Team High Altitude | Produced by Nathan Norby, showcases Bozeman’s riders, community and local businesses that ensure grassroots mountain bike racing is alive and well.
• The Buotte Build | Produced by Micah Robin, featuring 9 year-old local Big Sky rider and trail builder
• 2019 Adventure Clips | Kevin Matluk, featuring mountain bike & fly fishing adventures based from Bozeman
• Victory Lap | Stio, Justin Mayers, Danny Holland, Stirling Cobb, featuring the personal stories behind attempting the Leadville 100
About SWMMBA: SWMMBA’s mission is to enhance access to trails and to advocate for mountain bicyclists in southwest Montana by engaging and educating community, and building and maintaining trails. Projects include: Copper City Trails, Gallatin Forest Partnership Agreement, Town-Based Youth Bike Skills Parks around Bozeman, Volunteer Trail Work Days on the Custer-Gallatin National Forest.
Tickets: Free or discounted tickets available for members and Dirt Heroes, sign up or join SWMMBA by contacting Keili at Keili@SoutwestMontanaMBA.org or at (435) 890-0536. All tickets available online at www.southwestmontanamba.org/annual-spoke-n-trail-film-festival, or on Facebook @SWMMBAmt, or at www.Sellout.io, or download the Sellout App.
David Tucker, David@SouthwestMontanaMBA.org
Keili Bell, Keili@SouthwestMontanaMBA.org
We Are The Leading Advocates For Mountain Biking in Southwest Montana. We’re enhancing access to trails and advocating for mountain bikers in southwest Montana by engaging and educating the community, and building and maintaining trails.