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Pedal-Driven: The Official Trailer

United under cause to promote and protect our public lands; IMBA, Shimano, and Specialized have joined forces with Howell at the Moon Productions to provide a powerful advocacy resource not only for the mountain bike community, but local leaders, land managers, and policy makers that direct the future of our public lands. Pre-order your copy today & bring the movement to your community!

11 Comments

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 It's really kind of sad that this happens. I love nature and I really fail to see how mountain biking and creating trails damages it. Mountain biking is one of the greatest connections with nature other than just sitting out in a forest. I mean for God sakes the parts of trails that I can see them complaining about are made out of wood! I love conservation and I want to join a group but unfortunately after much of my research I found that a lot of companies get funding from corporations like Monsanto and I am NOT a fan of that.
  • + 3
 its like the war on Cannabis, they try and try but there Never going to win.
  • + 0
 They should make this movie free... profitless organization? Making it free would actually raise awareness because more people would be willing to watch it. All of Pinkbike would watch it if it were just uploaded onto here. I know that the money they make off these dvds will likely go towards the cause, but still.. maybe im wrong, just my 2cents
  • + 2
 2:01 coolest mustache haha
  • + 1
 Pre-sales launch this week, exclusively on pinkbike. Stay tuned for Details.
  • + 1
 great movie i highly recommend it
  • + 1
 i waiting for full movie Smile
  • + 2
 Were can i preorder?
  • + 2
 You can pre-order at Pinkbike today!
  • - 3
 Should have named the movie "Driven-pedal" since the opening shot is shuttling in a truck.
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 i say your lucky to even be able to make trails. come to Australia, the only place we can make trails is on private property and if we are caught building on ANY thing else it is up to a 100 000 dollar fine. most hills are national parks including the 400m high parongarups just 30 minutes away and the stirling ranges at 1000m which are just 1 hour away. just one problem we cant build a single trail on either.

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