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Ashes to Dust Mountain Bike Camp 2015 hosts ‘unReal’ film screening

KAMLOOPS - Are you ready for a night of unReal mountain bike madness, Kamloops?

On June 25 at 7 p.m., the Phoenix Centre’s Ashes to Dust Mountain Bike Camp is kicking off their fundraising campaign with a screening of Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films; new epic mountain bike adventure unReal at Thompson Rivers University Clocktower Theatre.

This awe-inspiring film will be followed by an inspirational panel discussion from industry professionals.

Tickets will be available at the door for $12 for adults, $8 for students and children eight and under are free. Advance tickets can are available through the Kamloops Live! box office

Follow the Phoenix Centre’s Facebook page to stay current on all the event details, including the change to win your tickets.

About the film: Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films collaborate to transport you to a place beyond the real world. Watch. Dwell. Share. Rise into the unreal and explore the imagination of some of the best mountain bikers on the planet, creating a world where snow is fair game, 1,000-pound mammals are riding partners, and anything is possible.

Featuring impressive cinematography and breathtaking backdrops, this film showcases some innovative and progressive riders, including Kamloops’ own Graham Agassiz.

About the camp: Ashes to Dust Mountain Bike Camp is a two-day bike camp for up to 25 male youth who have faced adversity and barriers to sports in their lives.

This impactful experience will give these youth the bikes, the gear, and the professional coaching and mentoring to make positive choices in their lives.

The Phoenix Centre is currently fundraising for the camp happening Sept. 9 and 10; to sponsor or donate, visit their website at www.phoenixcentre.org.


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