Library to screen film documenting rise of freeride mountain biking

Bud Werner Library will present a community screening of a documentary “Nothing’s For Free” about the real story of the birth and legacy of freeride mountain biking.
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A new documentary covering the origin and legacy of freeride mountain biking will be shown at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library.

“Nothing’s for Free” chronicles the more-than-three-decade rise of a cult sport turned global phenomenon through the eyes of the sport’s pioneers, visionaries and industry masterminds such as well-known mountain-bikers Danny MacAskill and Brandon Semenuk.

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