SF Premier of Kranked Revolve
The latest installment in Kranked Series is due out later this month and SF DIRTLAB is going to bring it the San Francisco on July 2nd! That is the Thursday before July 4th, so come on out and get stoked on the the sickest new bike film and then shred your favorite spots over the long weekend. The event will be held at Chrome Headquarters on 4th St and will feature:
A live performance by Attack Bird (yeah…like the one on Market St.)
Frosty refreshments from Speakeasy Brewing Company
Raffle to benefit SF Urban Riders
$10 at the Door
Doors at 7pm Movie starts at 8:30.
The Ride.the coolest human-powered adrenaline tool ever invented – the mountain bike. REVOLVE blasts in cinematic glory from the French Alps to the lush coast of British Columbia, incorporating Dirt Jump, Trail, Freeride, Slopestyle and Downhill.
The Riders. 15 individuals hell-bent on pushing the limits. They are crazy men who think they are normal. Featuring Jamie Goldman, Lance McDermott, Sam Pilgrim, Steve Romaniuk, James Doerfling, Rene Wildhaber, Garett Buehler, Mike Kinrade, Bobby McMullen, Sam Hill, Brendan Fairclough, and the coastal crew.
Filmed on location in France, Switzerland, Germany, South Africa, Italy, Canada and the USA.
Trailer here: https://www.radical-films.com/
Kranked – REVOLVE
This just in…..Bobby McMullen, one of the stars of Kranked Revolve will be making a special guest appearance at the SF Premier!
Bobby is one of the most courageous and inspirational people I have ever met, always positive and witty. His attitude and passion for life are infectious, making him even more amazing. Bobby may have lost his sight, but that doesn’t stop him from competing in several DH races each year, often beating people who can see!
Bobby has a great segment in this film, to add to his growing film repertoire. He is also the star of a feature film “The Way Bobby Sees It”. To learn more about this amazing guy, check out his new website at www.rideblindracing.com
C’mon out and meet a true legend of the sport!
source: Mitch Monroe