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Thames Mountain Bike Club and the Big Bike Film Night are Back

Thames Mountain Bike Club has brought the Big Bike Film Night to Thames for the fourth time, and organisers say it is shaping up to be another great night out.

“It’s going a pretty massive crowd, with a full-house of film buffs and bike people coming together to see our collection – so our suggestion is to turn up early to check in, check out the displays, and find your seat/s (general seating). There may be a few tickets still available here.”

Doors open around 6pm, and films start at 7pm, and… all things being good, we’ll aim to have you out the doors between 9:45pm – 10pm.

There will be plenty going on beforehand at the screening, which is a fundraiser for the Thames Mountain Bike Club with food, nonalcoholic drinks, and an amazing array of prizes in our raffle, tickets sold on the night and drawn at intermission. Top prizes from Jolly Bikes, Thames Stihl Shop, The Villager Cafe and more. 

“Thanks to local businesses and organisations for supporting the club’s efforts to build and maintain local tracks and trails for all to enjoy.

“We also have a special film for locals, Ally Davey from Coro Trails has been working on a very cool project developed to get more kids on bikes called Rolling Stars, and the Thames audience gets to see the results, before the Big Bike Film Night collection, the premiere actually.”