Reveal the Path. Premiere and film tour

by Chipps 9

There’s a new mountain bike film out this autumn. It features zero ‘sweet kickers’, no 60ft gap jumps and absolutely nothing explodes. It’s called ‘Reveal the Path’ and it follows a handful of riders as they ride their bikes in assorted scenic parts of the world, meet the locals, get lost in the dark, get rained on, midged and sunburnt.

The film, presented by adventure bike company Salsa Cycles is about as far from the recent crop of huck-fests as you can get, yet the 70 minute film is well worth a watch for the stunning scenery and to follow the riders as they journey through Scotland, Switzerland, Morocco, Nepal and Alaska.



The UK Premiere of the film will take place on Thursday September 20th in Hebden Bridge at the great Hebden Bridge Picture House. Our own Chipps will be hosting an evening there with Reveal the Path and, after an intermission (with a full bar on site) Anthill Films’ successful ‘Strength in Numbers’. There will also be some surprises during the evening. Tickets can be bought on the door for £6 for the evening. This is part of the wider South Pennines Walk and Ride Festival, which is also organising a ride round the Mary Towneley Loop the day after the film. So come and get inspired and then get tired the next day.



In addition to the Premiere on September 20th, top endurance rider Paul Errington is organising a mini UK tour with the film. The first of these will be on:

Thursday September 27th at the Cycle Hub Café in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Paul’s got a Facebook page set up for that one. There will be prizes from Salsa and Berghaus sponsorship for the evening too.

Then on Thursday October 4th, Alpkit will be showing the film in Nottingham.

Paul is keen to get the film shown in other places around the country, so if you’re keen to put on a showing yourself, or know somewhere that would want to, then you can email Paul here


Nepali singletrack


Who said full suspension bikes didn't take luggage well?


Watch the film for the arguments surrounding this scene of being lost in the Moroccan desert.


Not a bad stop for the night...


The final part of the film finds the riders going fat-biking in Alaska.


Here’s a trailer for Reveal the Path


And, for those coming to Hebden Bridge on September 20th, here’s Strength in Numbers




Comments (9)

  1. That does look amazing.

    It says tickets available on the evening.
    If I make the trip (45miles), is there a chance it will be full?

  2. Hebden Cinema holds about 450 people. I reckon you’ll be fine. If it is full, you can have my seat 🙂

  3. Any ideas on what time it’ll kick off?

  4. Anyone know if they’re planning to roll it out in Southern Germany or Middle Austria at some point? For some odd reason, they didn’t do a showing in Banff before the TDR. Weird.

  5. that looks sweet…

  6. It’s ok Chipps – you can sit on my knee

  7. That looks ace, will try and pop along to that

  8. 7.30 for 8pm at Hebden Cinema. We’ll have a few pre-film/interval giveaways and a couple of bonus shorts too, so come along and have fun.

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