Join us for the Best of the BBFF!
This is over an hour of the best short movies we’ve featured over the past 5 years.
Presented by 92/9FM as part of the Subaru Outside Games.
All proceeds from tickets and beer sales benefit the Bend Endurance Academy.
Congratulations to Oly Mingo for winning the $250 prize from Schmid Malone Attorneys. His entry, “Flow: Elements of Freeride,” was the close winner in the Audience Favorite voting at the end of the show last night. With great filming, a very talented rider, amazing scenery and lots of cool graphics, his film captures what the BBFF is all about: merging a great riding experience with the creativity needed to make an entertaining short film.
We had two runners up. First was the “Day of the Dog” by Colt Maule. Excellent filming and editing along with a couple really sweet trail running dogs, everyone loved the film.
Next was a great edit from Bend native Gunnar Oliphant showing the playful style and insane talent of Bend rider Kirt Voreis and his crew from AllRide on a trip to Retallack.
Get out those cameras and start your winning entry for next year!
Tickets for the show are still available in several convenient locations.
$12 before, $15 at the door:
Head over to Sunnyside Sports, Pine Mountain Sports, the Tower Theatre or buy them ONLINE.
Finalists for this year’s show are:
- Fall on Slate by Ross Winsor
- Swell Velo at USGP by Matt Fox
- Cyclocross 2012 by Mark Reinecke
- Flow: Elements of Freeride by Oly Mingo
- Trail Etiquette by COTA Trail Etiquette Comm. (three parts)
- Day of the Dog by Colt Maule
- Bend Oregon Mountain Biking by Uncage the Soul
- NW Gentlemen’s Race by RAPHA
- Bend Endurance Academy Teams by Bill Warburton
- AllRide at Retallack by Gunnar Oliphant
- BMX Great Nowrthwest Nationals by WestSideBMX
- Behind the Barriers: Bend by Sam Smith
- McKenzie River Trail Edit by Wandr
- Geoff Gulevich in Bend by DAKINE
- USGP Edit by Motofish
With just a week to go until the show, it’s time to get your tickets!
Stop by Sunnyside Sports, Pine Mountain Sports, the Tower Theatre or Buy Online Now
Tickets are $12; $15 at the door.
Submissions are looking great and we’re planning two halves, each about 45 minutes, with a 15 minute intermission to refill your cups with Worthy Brewing Beer and purchase some raffle tickets to support the Bend Endurance Academy. All proceeds from tickets and raffle support their Nordic Skiing, Rock Climbing and Cycling programs!
Some repeat filmmakers this year; Lev Stryker, winner of the 2012 Audience Favorite Award is collaborating with some folks on a new work; Colt Maule returns with a short film about biking from a dog’s point of view; and we have some new filmmakers with beautiful scenes that are sure to get you stoked to ride this summer!
Thank you, sponsors!
Thanks to Schmid Malone Attorneys, you could win $250 if the Audience thinks you have the best film at this year’s May 22nd show!
Previous Audience Favorites included Lev Stryker’s “Shuttle to the Top,” Lindsey Voreis’ “Big Balls” and Steve Remer’s follow-up sequel “Crash.O”
Submissions are due on May 15.
Spread the word and win cash!
We’re pleased to announce Worthy Brewing is our title sponsor for 2013!
Located on the Eastside just off 27th St on HWY 20, Worthy Brewing offers wood-fired pizza, a wide selection of great food and nine of their own beers on tap. The outdoor patio is perfect for hanging out with your crew and keep your eye out for their beers coming in bottles and cans to local stores this summer.
$12 pre-sale and $15 at the door.
Purchase tickets online now through the Tower Theatre:
Or visit Pine Mountain Sports or Sunnyside Sports to get your tickets and stock up on supplies while you’re there.
Wednesday, May 22
Doors at 6, Show at 7
Experience and celebrate Bend’s rich cycling culture through locally produced short films at the fifth annual Bend Bicycle Film Festival.
The BBFF highlights our talented filmmakers, riders and storytellers who share a passion for all kinds of cycling.
Tickets will go on sale in mid-April: $12 pre-sale at the Tower Theater box office and website and $15 at the door on the night of the show.
“People who attend the show are always impressed with the variety and quality of the films,” says BBFF Director, Bill Warburton. “We’ve shown real documentaries, fake documentaries, short comedies, stop-action creative pieces and of course live action bike riding. The Festival captures the current interests of Bend’s cycling community.”
All proceeds from admission and raffle tickets will benefit the Bend Endurance Academy, a local non-profit offering programs for cycling, Nordic skiing and rock climbing. Learn more about the Academy’s programs for youth, juniors and adults at Bend Endurance Academy.org.
Local filmmakers are encouraged to submit their original works. Submissions will be accepted until 6pm on May 15.
Have you seen this type of riding before? Anything is possible on a bike in Bend:
You only have one week left to gather your friends, huck some jumps, shred some trail, film around town and stay up all night editing!
Get in touch with Bill to finalize your submission.
Special thanks to Dr. Jeff Johnson and Dr. Maureen Porter for supporting the growth of the Festival with its first ever cash prizes! The submissions so far have been of excellent quality so we’re hoping for a real battle for these awards!
We will choose the favorites by ballot during the raffle at the end of each show so the ultimate winner would take home both prizes… Submissions are due June 4, so get them in!