Long Live Chainsaw: The Stevie Smith Legacy
Join the Sault Cycling Club on Friday, December 10th at 7:30 pm at White Pines to view the untold, true story of mountain bike legend Stevie Smith. (93 mins)
Tickets are now on sale through the Sault Community Theatre Box Office: https://secure1.tixhub.com/saultstemarie/online/b_otix.asp?cboPerformances=599&cboEvent=354
🌀 A cash bar will be available.
🌀 Money raised will support the Finn Hill MTB project.
🌀 proof of vaccine required.
$15.00 Youth (16 and under)
A documentary film about the life and legacy of Stevie Smith. The documentary film Long Live Chainsaw from Red Bull Media House and Anthill Films, reveals the true story of the meteoric rise, untimely death and long-lasting legacy of Canadian downhill mountain bike legend, Stevie Smith.
Raised by a devoted single mom in humble surroundings, Stevie’s unwavering belief not only propelled him to become the best in the world but inspired everyone he touched to believe in their own impossible dreams.
A look behind the curtain of downhill World Cup racing, Long Live Chainsaw portrays an underdog overcoming the odds to win the 2013 Overall title. Known as the “F1 of cycling”, downhill had long been dominated by Europeans before ‘The Canadian Chainsaw’ became the unlikeliest of heroes.
Long Live Chainsaw is produced in partnership with the Stevie Smith Legacy Foundation. In 2017, the foundation built a community bike park in Stevie’s hometown of Nanaimo to honour his life and legacy by keeping kids stoked on being outside and riding bikes. All proceeds from the film will be donated to the Stevie Smith Legacy Foundation to help grow Stevie’s legacy of inspiring the next generation of riders.
Red Bull Media House and Anthill Films present Long Live Chainsaw in support of The Stevie Smith Legacy Foundation, written, directed and edited by Anthill Films with support from adidas Five Ten, SRAM, RockShox, Fox Racing, Cycles Devinci, Crankbrothers, Schwalbe, Shimano, Maxxis and Evil Bikes.