BERKELEY, CA (BRAIN) — The National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) and IMBA are screening the documentary about the positive impact of the high school cycling movement at the Outdoor Retailer expo in Salt Lake City, Utah, this week.
Singletrack High has been on a tour that has spanned 11 states and included 50 screenings. The film, produced by brothers Jacob and Isaac Seigel-Boettner, will be shown Thursday, Aug. 1, at the Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek, Salon G/H. The screening is free but raffle tickets can be purchased for $5 each at the Adventure Medical Kids booth at OR.
Prizes for the raffle were donated by CamelBak, Optic Nerve, Adventure Medical Kits, Yakima and others. All proceeds go to NICA to grow its Booster Fund, which provides scholarships to help underserved communities join the cycling movement.
Singletrack High follows a diverse group of students from NICA’s NorCal High School Cycling League through the 2012 high school mountain bike racing season. The film explores the wide range of positive outcomes from keeping adolescents active and exploring the outdoors on bikes at an age when so many are “trading in two wheels for four.”