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    NorCal HS Mountain Bike Racing League Hosts Premier Tour of 24 Solo

    February 20, 2007 (Berkeley, CA) - The NorCal High School Mountain Bike Racing League is excited to announce the World Premier screenings of 24 Solo. From the director and producer of Off Road to Athens (Winner of the Whistler and Vail Film Fest and the most talked about mountain biking film) comes the much anticipated film about one mans quest for his 7th consecutive World Champion 24-hour mountain biking title. Chris Eatough and the 24 Solo crew will take you on the ride of emotion and energy that it takes to be the best in the world. Like Off Road to Athens we are sure that 24 Solo will leave you wanting more.


    Producer Ken Ball will kick off the World Premier Monterey, CA at the Historic Golden State Theater April 13th, 14th, and 15th. For more information on this location go to

    www.24-solo.com

    After that the NorCal High School Mountain Bike Racing League will host screenings at:


    Berkeley, 4/18, Berkeley Community Theater
    Grass Valley, 4/18, Del Oro Cinema
    Larkspur, 4/19, Lark Theater
    Davis, 4/16, Davis Varsity
    San Francisco, 4/20, Randall Museum


    All show start times will be 7:30pm. All Tickets are $12. We are expecting all shows to sell out, so get your tickets now at www.norcalmtb.org! Proceeds benefit the NorCal High School Mountain Bike Racing League.


    For more information or questions please contact Emily@norcalmtb.org or check out our website:

    www.norcalmtb.org


    Contact Info:
    Emily Van Meter, Special Events Coordinator
    Emily@norcalmtb.org

    Matt Fritinger, League Executive Director
    Fritz@norcalmtb.org


    Matt Fritzinger founded The NorCal High School Mountain Bike Racing League in 2001. The League is a non-profit organization open to students from both public and private schools. The League has essentially turned mountain biking into a high school sport fro nearly 30 high schools and provides coaching and camaraderie to help students achieve both competitive and noncompetitive cross-country mountain biking goals in a safe and enjoyable manner. League events include a Coaches Training Conference, beginner-riding camps in February, and the six-race series commencing in March.
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