Get pumped for this year’s race season by attending the Western Canadian premiere of Clay Porter’s latest film F1RST. Here’s what they have to say about F1RST.

“From Clay Porter, the filmmaker who bought you the 2007 break out docu-style movie “Between The Tape”. Packed with slamming race footage from the 2007 world cup season and the highly anticipated World Champs in Scotland, as well as footage of the sport’s biggest stars in their home territory, ripping it up for clay’s cameras. The Athertons at night with cable cam, Minnaar and Peat hunting trails in South Africa and Sam Hill killing down under, to name a few.

Like Between the Tape, F1RST is a documentary, shot in stunning locations all over the world including South Africa, Eastern Europe, Austrailia the UK and of course the USA. Picking up where Between The Tape left off, Porter has a unique way of getting the stars to open up in front of his cameras, speaking candidly with words and power slides. No other film captures the rarified air of the race scene quite like F1RST.”

The Alberta Downhill Racing Association with help from sponsors Calgary Cycle and Bike Bros. are presenting this exciting movie premiere. Mark May 3rd on your calendars and head up to the Olympic Hall of Fame theatre at Calgary’s home of downhill racing, Canada Olympic Park.

Doors will open at 6:30 and the movie will start at 7pm. There will be swag and door prizes to be had including a 2008 COP summer season’s pass compliments of local DH racer, PainIncorporated.com web guru and all round good guy Mitch Thorton.

Tickets will be $10 at the door and copies of F1RST will be available to purchase for $30

ADHRA is offering up a special deal for the first 50 people to buy their tickets in advance. A F1RST movie package that includes a ticket to the show, an ADHRA T-shirt and a copy of F1RST will be available for a measly $40. This is a limited time offer available until Apr. 25th only. So don’t delay. Contact us at adhra@shaw.ca to reserve yours. (Be sure to tell us your t-shirt size).

(courtesy of www.freewebs.com/adhra)

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