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Pedal Driven Special Screening
The one hour documentary examines the long-standing confrontation between
mountain bikers and federal land management agencies such as the U.S. Forest
Service over bikers' rights and access to public lands. 'Our primary theme here revolves
around sustainability,' said writer/director Jamie Howell. 'Mountain biking is exploding
around the world. We will have to find new, cooperative approaches that both allow it as
a legitimate use and manage it in a way that prevents the destruction of our precious
and limited natural spaces.'
The central story line takes place in the small Bavarian-themed town of Leavenworth,
Wash., but shooting for the documentary occurred over an 18-month period in every
Western state and in Canada. “We searched far and wide to find powerful examples of
solutions to these issues that are actually in place and working right now,” said
executive producer Jeff Ostenson.
?Pedal-Driven' was created as a non-profit project in affiliation with IMBA (International
Mountain Bicycling Association) and with the cooperation of the US Forest Service.
Major funding provided by: Shimano, Specialized, Clif Bar, Diamondback, Yakima
Racks, Pyramid Brewing Company, City of Leavenworth, Timberland, and Steven's
Pass Bike Park, with promotional support from Pinkbike.com. Any and all net profits
generated by the documentary are earmarked for future sustainable trail-building
The documentary has been made available for public screenings organized by bike
organizations, land management agencies and private individuals. (Individuals and
organizations interested in hosting screenings can view the extended trailer and find out
more about how to set up an event at www.pedaldriven.org.)
Music for “Pedal-Driven” provided by Jimmy Eat World, The Let Go, Opiuo, Stuperhero,
and many other and Northwest bands.