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Official Trailer for Documentary Film 'Going In' Featuring Reece Wilson, Charlie Harrison, Emily Batty, Jolanda Neff & More

Oct 17, 2019
by amp global media  

In a sport with only a handful of chances to prove your worth, every moment matters. This is the story of what it takes to compete at the highest level of professional mountain bike racing. Get up close and personal with Trek’s MTB athletes as they experience the highs and lows of training, racing, and living for the sport they love. “GOING IN” is a feature-length film that premiers at Kendal Film Festival this November and will be widely available this winter.

The global premiere of GOING IN will be held at the Kendal Mountain Festival on the 16th of November: Tickets Available Now

GOING IN is a feature-length documentary set for release in December 2019. AMP Global Media joined forces with Trek Factory Racing in partnership with JBL to document the sport with unprecedented insight to the inner workings of a team. GOING IN uniquely draws on the similarities and differences between the 3 major disciplines of DH, XC and Enduro set to the backdrop of the Trek Factory Racing Team.

Trek Bicycles & JBL presents GOING IN an AMP Global Media production featuring Reece Wilson, Charlie Harrison, Kade Edwards, Ethan Shandro, Emily Batty, Jolanda Neff, Anton Cooper, Evie Richards, Ellen Noble, Katy Winton, Ruaridh Cunningham and Pedro Burns in partnership with Sweets Kendama & 45 Drives, Directed by Robbie Meade

Stay tuned for more details dropping in the coming weeks at trek.bike/GoingIn

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 Looking forwards to that. It has been a crazy crazy year for some of the riders on the team.
Between Katy battling back from a succession of concussions and Evie storming back from her knee injury to Emily changing up her training and it not going to plan and Ruaridh being diagnosed with the weird spinal fluid leak - side note I hope your on the mend Ruaridh .

Stepping away from the injuries Jolanda pretty much raced every discipline at the highest level this year, road, cyclo-cross, XC & DH - bonkers.

Bonkers conveniently takes me on to the DH guys - the three of them look like they are simply living the best life - having an absolute ball, I'm sure it is not all kendamas and red bull but shit you lads make it look a lot of fun.
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 Pretty excited for this one, super happy to see the EWS team included!
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