Bristol’s getting another film screening – but this time it’s something a little extra special.

First, PedalPremieres, Sterlands and RideBristol are hosting the Bristol premiere of Shires – A British Bicycle Film.

The feature-length film is brand new and was first shown at Fort William World Champs, this is your chance to see it in the wild.

It’s going down at Bristol Beer Factory Tap Room, North Street on Wednesday October 18th. Doors open to the public at 8PM.

All profits go to RideBristol to help us in our mission to build and maintain Bristol’s mountain bike trails. That includes ticket sales and – thanks to Bristol Beer Factory – all profits from beer sales.

You’re literally helping the trails out by drinking beer. Pretty neat, right?

But be quick – tickets to this one are super limited and we’re very, very short on space. Grab them fast.

But, there’s more.

We’re starting the evening with ‘STRONGER TOGETHER – A Discussion to Bring Together Bristol’s MTB Industry Around Our Trails‘.

This will run from 6:30PM – 7:45PM and is open to members of the Bristol Bike Industry. Attendance to the workshop also includes access to the SHIRES screening.

We’re inviting the industry to join us for a pint and a short discussion about Bristol’s mountain bike trails.

We feel that Bristol could be the number one city destination for mountain biking in the UK.

We have a network of all abilities trails, we have scores of organised and public rides, we have a great bike industry presence. RideBristol is working hard to maintain our trails. 

It’s the perfect recipe. But we need to rally together if we’re to protect, maintain and grow the Bristol mountain bike scene, and our trails.

We’ll use this meet-up to gather ideas, share examples and discuss some concepts that could benefit bike industry brands. We want to know how the trails can help those brands, how we can all support the trails and how we can build Bristol’s mountain bike scene as a community.

We need the bike industry’s support. 
The bike industry can benefit massively from the trails.

Want to attend?

We’re asking Bike Industry attendees to arrive for 6:30PM sharp.
We’re opening the doors to the public from 8PM for the film.

Tickets are available here.