Win Tickets to Reveal the Path ATX

On June 12, Reveal the Path makes its way to Austin and into the Alamo Drafthouse for a screening of this “visually stunning adventure by bike”.  Oh, and we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away.  If you’re not located in or around Austin, the Reveal the Path Movie is holding premiers in many other cities this June and July as well.  Have a look at their list of upcoming screenings at

Reveal the Path explores the world’s playgrounds in Europe’s snow capped mountains, Scotland’s lush valleys, Alaska’s rugged coastal beaches and Morocco’s high desert landscapes. Ride along and get lost in the wonders of the world… Meet the locals living modest yet seemingly fulfilling lives, leading us to question what it means to live an inspired life – however humble or extravagant.

Reveal the Path was filmed across four continents and features two legends from the world’s toughest mountain bike race, the Tour Divide.  Seeing as this film is from the makers of “Ride the Divide” it only makes sense to include race legends Matthew Lee and Kurt Refsnider.

Amazing and inspirational cycling movies like this one unfortunately don’t make it to theatres as often as they should, so you won’t want to miss this special screening of Reveal the Path.  Tickets are available online at the price of $12.50…but we just happen to have two to give away.  Yep, the film’s director, Mike Dion, personally granted us a couple to give out…but even if you don’t win, I hope to see you there.

Reveal the Path Austin Premier:

Tuesday, June 12 2012


Run Time: 75 Minutes

Tickets: $12.50 each

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar (1120 S Lamar Blvd)

Reveal the Path After-Party by Bicycle Sport Shop

Bicycle Sport Shop is hosting a Reveal the Path After-Party at Toasties Sub Shop on South Lamar…and everyone attending the premier is invited.  You can RSVP for this event by heading over to the Bicycle Sport Shop site.

Enter to Win Tickets:

Congratulations to Joseph M. de Leon who wins two tickets to Reveal the Path.  Thanks to all who entered and I hope you’ll still get tickets of your own and join us at the premier next Tuesday night.  See you there.

We’ll make this one as simple as possible.  Just leave a comment letting us know why you think cycling movies rock and you’re in to win.  Contest closes at Noon EST on Friday and we’ll announce the winner soon after.

  • Riddle

    Just watched the trailer and it looks good. Okay, I’d like to win some tickets and take my riding buddy.

  • H Highbrow

    I would like to see this movie and I have no other plans next Tuesday.

  • Joseph

    These films are a great inspiration to get out and ride, no matter the destination, and have a great time while at it.

  • Bing

    Matthew Lee is amazing. This looks like it will be a great movie. Please enter me for your draw.

  • Eric Hutchins

    Would love to go, seeing if we can work it out.

  • Nick Nick

    I’m in. My friends already have ticket, now I can win some and join them. This looks like a nice one.

  • George F

    I must see this movie. hope I win but I’ll be there either way.

  • Cal

    I read about this movie a while back and really want to see it.

  • Tony Brand

    Nothing like time in the saddle to reflect, share and learn.

  • Kurt

    I’ve never seen a moving about cycling before. That should be more than enough reason for me to win.

  • JB

    Because they motivate me to ride harder. I need to win tickets.

  • Jeff Cernosek

    Duh, they cause they’re about 2 wheels and no motors!

  • Joseph M. de Leon

    I’ve seen Ride the Divide and the trailer for Reveal; this will be an amazing ride!

    • Darryl is Loving the Bike

      Congratulations, Joseph… were selected as the winner and receive two tickets to the Reveal the Path premier. I’ll send you a message through facebook as well.

      • Joseph M. de Leon

        Yay! I’ve invited an acquaintance I met on a social ride. We’ve talked briefly about our touring aspirations, usually at a mass up or stop light, but never made time to actually hang out. Nothing like a touring movie to get us motivated to make our own path, then ride it. I’m so appreciative for this gift — thanks Darryl and Loving the Bike!

  • J M

    There is no way to go wrong with 2 wheels :)

  • Weiland

    There’s bound to be bikes in it.

  • Jack

    If it’s about cycling I need to see it.

  • Tim

    I never saw it in theatres, but I really liked Ride the Divide. If this one is coming from them, then I’m sure it will be great.

  • Richard

    I saw the leadville 100 movie a couple years ago and loved it. I need to see this one. Sign me up.