Esperanto – Mountain Bike Adventure Film by Teton Gravity Research

Sep 22, 2022

07:00 pm - 08:30 pm

119 King Street
La Crosse, 54601

Event Website

(608) 385-7283

La Crosse Adventure Films Presents New Mountain Bike Film: Esperanto

La Crosse, WI: September 22nd – La Crosse Adventure Films will be showing the film Esperanto for the greater La Crosse community.

Esperanto will be shown on Thursday, September 22nd at 7:00 p.m. at the Pump House Regional Arts Center located at 119 King Street. The film is being sponsored by Beer By Bike Brigade. This sponsorship has allowed La Crosse Adventure Films to offer free tickets for the show. Tickets can be reserved through our reservation form. Doors open at 6:00 p.m., popcorn and candy available for a donation and a cash bar will be onsite.

La Crosse Adventure Films believes the community is stronger when we are together. Together sharing ideas, encouraging each other, and inspiring adventures. Additionally, the outdoor adventure opportunities in the La Crosse area are rapidly growing. These resources have added great value to our area and the ripple effects are being seen in a variety of tertiary industries. La Crosse Adventure Films is excited to highlight these outdoor recreation opportunities in the region and to give a platform for local organizations and businesses to share their message and reach new participants. We are also excited to use the funds gained from this film festival to give back to local organizations and nonprofits.

About Esperanto:

Esperanto, explores how mountain bikers can share their stoke of the sport through the universal language of two-wheels no matter what native tongue you speak. In conjunction with legendary action and adventure director Jeremy Grant, TGR’s latest film boasts some of the most stunning mountain bike footage ever captured, in state-of-the-art 8K resolution. Esperanto was filmed across eight exotic locations including Barcelona, Japan, Zambia, Ecuador, Utah, Jackson Hole, Canada, and La Fenasosa Bike Park in Alicante, Spain.

“TGR continues to push the boundaries of film and creativity. Esperanto is the latest example of that hard work and commitment,” said TGR co-founder Steve Jones. “This film features some of the most cutting-edge riding in the world, shot in stunning landscapes across the globe. Esperanto aspires to bring people together to celebrate the common love of sport and culture.”

For more information about the film or La Crosse Adventure Films, visit the La Crosse Adventure Films Facebook page. For questions about the film, please contact Keachen Abing at