Accomplice Drive-In Screening
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Get ready, Boise On Thursday, July 16th we are bringing our new mountain bike film ACCOMPLICE to the massive screen at the Parma Motor-Vu. This is the summer stoke we’ve all been waiting for!

Gates at 8:30, Film 30 minutes after sunset.
Tickets are only $40 per vehicle and on-sale now at

Better yet, lets make it a double-feature! After ACCOMPLICE we'll be showing a TGR classic, our 2006 ski and snowboard film, Anomaly, featuring an all time cast including Seth Morrison, Jeremy Nobis, Candide Thovex, Jeremy Jones, Erik Roner and many more.

Attendees will be able to enter to win prizes from our partners at Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Evil Bikes, Schwalbe tires and more. Plus, everyone in attendance will have a shot at the tour grand prizes - including a Sierra Nevada Prize Pack, a Scott bikes Strike E-Bike, and a Polaris Off-Road General 1000 off-road vehicle. Don’t miss your chance to see ACCOMPLICE on the big screen!

ACCOMPLICE is directed by Jeremy Grant and brought to you in partnership with Polaris Off-Road, Sierra Nevada, Schwalbe tires, Evil Bikes, Gunnison-Crested Butte and others.

About the film: Maybe you were 4 years old when you tore the paper off it. Or maybe you were 40 and saved for months for it. But no matter what, getting your first bicycle is the spark, the fire that ignites something beyond the barriers of language.

From the producers of unReal and the director of Where The Trail Ends comes a new film to memorialize the majesty of mountain biking. From our first time pedaling without training wheels to first descents in far off lands ACCOMPLICE is a visual love letter to the bicycle and all it enables. Starring the world’s top riders in spectacular locations the film explores all the splendor and nuance of our relationship with the bicycle and the adventures and friendships it becomes a catalyst for.

Featuring: Andreu Lacondeguy, Brandon Semenuk, Cam McCaul, Cam Zink, Carson Storch, Ethan Nell, Garett Buehler, Graham Agassiz, Hannah Bergemann, Jaxson Riddle, Kurt Sorge, Nico Vink, Paul Basagoitia, Paul Genovese, Tom van Steenbergen, Tyler McCaul, Veronique Sandler.


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