Two Wheel View Documentary World Premiere
This is a story about fun, adventure and resilience.
This is a story about making mistakes, getting dirty, learning new skills and discovering ourselves.
There exists an idea that the bike is something enjoyed by the child, a toy that brings the child freedom and fun but that is the end of it. But that freedom and fun doesn't have an age limit. It’s hacking into this child-like joy while also getting yourself to work, or to the grocery store or getting your heart rate up.
It’s so easy to get excited about Two Wheel View, because everything we do is related to the bike - or the bike is what gets us excited and brings us through the door. But then you really see, it’s not about the bike, it’s about the learning and the relationships. It's about the community.
We invite you to join us on June 10th, 7pm at our virtual theatre to be a part of our community. Learn about what we are building at Two Wheel View and how you can be a part of it.
Following the documentary we'll have a panel made up of Two Wheel View team members, our filmmakers and special guests talk about their experience making the film, learn what community means to them and the impact that Two Wheel View has had on the community for 20 years.
After a long year, it's time to get reconnected. We are honoured to have your join us as we share this special documentary in celebration of our 20th anniversary.
Shaw Birdies for Kids- Presented by AltaLink
Thanks to our friends the Shaw Birdies for Kids, presented by AltaLink program, each ticket sold will be matched up to 50% and donated to Two Wheel View. Want to make a donation? It will be matched up to 50% too!
Alumni/Past TWV Participants
If you are an alumni/past participant of a TWV program, please use the code ALUMNI to join us for free! We hope you can join us.
Watch our pitch trailer!
Thank you to our talented and dedicated filmmakers at Locke Stock Creative - Locke Vincent & Jesse Jost- and HAWK Design - Al Kelle and Willis Hoff- for believing in our mission and making us look so good.
Thanks to Neil Bromley, Amie Neigum, Rick McFerrin, Jarom Bisgaard, Laura Istead, Molli Bennett, Hank Hansen, Becky Giammarino, Thom Hoff and all of our youth participants, staff, volunteers for helping us tell this story.
Thank you to all of our Two Wheel View donors who make this magic happen every day through their generous support and passionate commitment to our mission. Thank you for changing lives from the seat of a bike.
Thank you to Tammy Truman and Truman Insurance for their support of tonight's prize draws.
Our wholehearted appreciation goes out to Telus StoryHive for their support of this film.