Gone Adventurin’ is holding a screening of both cycling documentaries in their Spinning Dreams series. The films show how two amateur cyclists raised funds for women in Timor-Leste by taking on the toughest mountain bike race in the world. Details below!
On 8th January, 2012, we invite you to join us for a special back-to-back screening of the inspiring Spinning Dreams documentary films. For a small $10 cover charge, you can kick back with a pint of beer and a serving of fries/onion rings to enjoy 2 films! =)
We will also be accepting registrations on that day for people interested in joining us for 2012’s adventures (Laos Bike Adventure & The Great Shark Adventure).
Alongwith the transformative experience of the adventure, you will get to witness firsthand our partner charities impactful work in the region.
If you are looking for a new year’s resolution or planning a meaningful adventure for 2012, come join us to find out more and experience our past adventures through the exciting films!
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For more information on Gone Adventurin’s upcoming adventures: www.goneadventurin.com
The 1st film tells the story of how it all got started – using adventure to inspire humanity to make a difference. Watch how two amateur cyclists took on the toughest mountain bike race in the world to raise funds for women in Timor-Leste.
This film inspired people across the region and the team grew from 2 cyclists to 9 cyclists and an even bigger support team. The 2nd film tells the story of a transformative adventure across Vietnam and Cambodia over a distance of 400km.
See both documentaries here, RSVP to the event on the Facebook event page.
Image taken from hydrojeno