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Transitions 2 Film Premier

This is a pretty rad film. I had to buy it to see my boy Brandon oversees getting soig'ned by a big old Belgian soigneur. It is interesting to see the behind the scenes look at what it takes to be 'over there'. There's a lot of bitching about how tough it is to be there by the US guys but J Page says it best and is about sacrifice sacrifice sacrifice.

Anyhoo, I'll be there to support the Juniors this premier is fund raising for:

Cyclocross Movie Premiere To Raise Money For Junior Racers

Boulder, CO – November 27, 2006 – Boulder Cycle Sport will host the Colorado premiere of TRANSITION 2 'CROSS THE POND at the Boulder Theater to raise funds for the American Cycling Association's Cyclocross Development Programs. All proceeds will be given to the TIAA-CREF/CLIF BAR Junior/U23 and Mudskipper Youth Cyclocross Teams.

Transition 2 spends the 2005 holiday season following a group of North Americans as they travel through Belgium to compete with the best in the world in the harsh and unforgiving heartland of cyclocross racing. The documentary is a portrait of the Belgian cyclocross scene from the perspective of American racers and truly offers an intimate look at their experiences on and off the race course. Colorado racers Danny Summerhill, Brady Kappius, Alex Howes, Troy Wells and Brandon Dwight are featured in this 90-minute film.

Where: Boulder Theater

When: Wednesday December 6th

Doors open 7:00 p.m.

Movie begins: 7:30 p.m.

Seating: General admission

Tickets: $10 available at or at Boulder Cycle Sport


Contact: Brandon Dwight: / 303-444-2453

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