We all know it starts early, the love of cycling, so I was really excited to receive this press release about a new documentary following the rise in the movement of high school cycling programs.
There is a premiere in upstate NY on tuesday…Here is more information.
Singletrack High–Documentary Premieres in Irvington, March 12th 2013.
Proceeds benefit the upstart New York High School Cycling League
Dobbs Ferry, NY– Singletrack High- a documentary showcasing the positive impact of the high school cycling movement- is having its New York State premiere at the Irvington Town Hall Theater on Tuesday, March 12th. All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the upstart New York High School Cycling League.
The New York league is one of three new leagues to join the national movement in 2012. New York’s first race season kicks-off April 28th with the Ridge 2 Ridge Race at Sprain Ridge Park in Yonkers.
Students and their parents, along with members of the local cycling community, are expected to pack the house for the documentary’s premiere. The film takes a close look at the National Interscholastic Cycling Association’s (NICA) NorCal High School Cycling League, Singletrack High follows a diverse group of high school students through the 2012 mountain bike racing season.
Who: New York High School Cycling League
What: Screening of Singletrack High
Where: Irvington Town Hall Theater
When: March 12th, 7:30 PM
Why: Raise Awareness of Newly Forming Statewide Program
Tickets: $16, Available Here or at the theater
Here is a trailer: