The tour for Teton Gravity Research’s new mountain biking film, “Esperanto,” is making a couple of stops in New England this month.
The film, which 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,” will be playing at Cisco Brewers in Portsmouth, N.H. on July 21, and in Boston at Dorchester Brewing Co. on July 28.
The film promises 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.
With a multinational roster of athletes, the film showcases the worldwide appeal of mountain biking while living up to the film’s name. Esperanto is a universal second language created by a Polish-Jewish doctor in 1887 intended to find a way to ultimately end war and bring people together with a common tongue.