Film Screening of North Shore Betty & Community Conversation: Sharing the Trail Stoke

With more and more hikers and cyclists on the trails, what are the rules for navigating one another with respect, while protecting the outdoor spaces we love?

On October 27th, join VLT for a three-part event. We'll start at Harmon Canyon Preserve for a bike ride guided by Preserve Director Dan Hulst. Then, we'll gather at Ventura's Patagonia HQ for a screening of Patagonia's mountain bike short film North Shore Betty, followed by a community conversation on practices for safely sharing trails.

Meet @ Harmon Canyon Trailhead: 4:45PM
Ride Start: 5:00PM
Patagonia Doors Open: 6:30PM
Event Start: 7:00PM

This event is free, but please RSVP through Patagonia's website.

More about the film:

“The misty forests above North Vancouver, British Columbia, are hallowed ground for mountain biking, a place so harrowing it’s influenced every aspect of the sport for over 30 years. It’s also where Betty Birrell, at age 45, picked up mountain biking after a career as a mountaineer and professional windsurfer. Three decades later, the single mother is a role model for her son, her friends and anyone she’s met along the way—and proof that you’re never too old to send.”

October 27, 2022 at 7:00pm - 10pm
Patagonia GPIW
235 W Santa Clara St
Ventura, CA 93001
United States
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