Mountain Film Festival Winners!

We're happy to announce the winners of our Telluride Mountain Film Festival ticket giveaway.

The double passes will go to:

Geoff Donohue 
Mark Camilleri 
Michael Cook 
Stuart Campbell 

Darren Hargreaves 

Even if you're not a winner, Mountainfilm is offering Mountain Biking Australia readers a 10% discount on tickets for all Australian venues. Click here and use the code MOUNTAINBIKING (one word, all uppercase) to get your discount.

However please note if you want to go to the event in Cremorne, North Sydney you'll need to use this link to buy your tickets.

The tour is set to launch on the 10th of February at the St George Open Air Cinema; an amazing spot up on Mrs Macquarie’s Point with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge as a backdrop. From there it will tour 15 locations across Australia and New Zealand throughout February and April.

See below for the Australian dates and venues.

Traditionally based in Colorado, the Telluride festival showcases non-fiction stories with environmental, cultural, social justice and political significance. The inaugural Australian tour will focus on the best outdoor adventure films from the Telluride festival; not just mountain biking but all manner of outdoor pursuits.

Bicycling Australia

37yo Gerran’s, who's palmarès includes a stunning victory at Milano -San Remo, Liège-Bastogne- Liège and stage wins at all Grand Tours, said he was “really excited about the position.”

Dumoulin completed the 31km time trial in 44minutes and 41seconds, almost a minute ahead of second placed Primoz Roglic and a further 1minute and 21 seconds ahead of Chris Froome.

Setting out from with the goal of cycling around the world in 80 days, Beaumont rolled into Paris after covering the 29,019 kms a day and a half within his time limit. He rode through16 countries and broke 2 official Guinness World Records along the way.