Being globetrotting meeja types, we’ve already had the privilege of attending the World Premiere of Freeride Entertainment’s latest film-based collection of bike lunacy, New World Disorder 7. As places to see a bike film go, reclining on poolside loungers on a warm evening outside a Las Vegas hotel, beer in hand, surrounded by the freeride elite isn’t at all a bad one, but for most people there are two big problems with that. First, it’s several thousand miles away. Second, it was last month.
But fear not – closer to home, and much closer for a substantial proportion of the UK population, will be CycleSurgery’s forthcoming London premiere of NWD7, which promises to be a most splendid evening. It’s certainly a damn good film. The date is Sunday 12 November, the place is 93 Feet East on 150 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL and the time is 5pm.
Tickets are a fiver a pop, which includes the showing of NWD7 plus a warm-up in the shape of Pist-n-Broke’s Back In The Saddle III, otherwise known, somewhat archly, as “Collectively Krankin Up The Disorder”. Showings start at 5.30pm. It’s worth noting that 93 Feet East is a bar, which has two effects – first, beer will be available; second, you’ll have to be over 18 to get in. Bring ID if you’re of youthful appearance…
You can get tickets from any CycleSurgery stores or by mail order on 0800 298 8898. Or buy through the website at www.cyclesurgery.com.