WINTHROP — A Wenatchee company’s mountain bike documentary will be one of the feature films of the Oct. 1-3 Methow Valley Fall Bike and Film Festival, festival officials have announced.
“Pedal-Driven,” created by Wenatchee-based Howell at the Moon studios, focuses on the push by mountain bikers to gain acceptance and access to publicly owned lands in the West. A story on the film was published in The World last month. To read the piece: www.wenatcheeworld.com/news/2010/aug/24/filmakers-getting-pedal-driven
The film, as well as others accepted by the festival, will be shown from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Oct. 2 at the Winthrop Barn. Cost is $15, with proceeds going to the Methow Valley Sport Trails Association’s trail maintenance fund.
The 24th-annual festival also features mountain bike and road bike rides, a century ride, information booths, presentations by bike designers, a kids bike rodeo and social events for the entire family.
For more: www.mvsta.com/summer/bikefest.html or (509) 996-3287