Three high performance female mountain bike riders shred the line of a Lake Tahoe downhill track in a short documentary film, planned to debut in January 2016 with a movie trailer release targeted for later this month, announced Twelve One Productions film producer, Kristina Smith, after wrapping up four days of filming. The mountain biking (MTB) film, called 'Courage to Get There,' is the first episode of 'The Line,' a series of short documentary films about the determination and courage of high performance female athletes who excel in adventure sports while shaping these sports for future generations.The ladies and documentary film crew take a break after a full day of intense riding while filming the first episode of The Line Documentary Series.
“The film series allows female athletes to voice their stories and inspire other women while exploring action sports in depth
,” said director and concept creator, Casey Kohlhoff
Kat Sweet, McKenna Merten and Inga Beck are the featured athletes in the MTB episode, filmed on the Tyrolean Downhill of the Tahoe Rim Trail. Watch these accomplished and unique MTB riders navigate the downhill track’s steep descents, high speeds, vertical drops and natural obstacles. Find out why they do it, what inspires them and how they progressed to high performance.