BustedSpokes "Buy Vietnam" Benefit, March 8



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BustedSpoke.com and industry sponsors are hosting a mountain bike only night at Rye Airfield
featuring the World Premier of DH ProductionFs Chain Reaction 4, one of the most anticipated of the
yearFs new movies.

The producers of the popular Chain Reaction series of extreme freeride films, DH Productions, have
chosen this event to premier their newest film Chain Reaction 4, which is set to release March 3rd,
2003. DH Productions will also be showing the trailer for Aaron Chase's new video, "Killing Time".
"Killing Time" will be released by DH Productions in April 2003. They will also be shooting material
for Chain Reaction 5 during the event.

In addition to multiple showings of the movie, pro mountain bikers Aaron Chase, Jeff Lenosky and
Kyle Ebbett will be on-hand throughout the night doing demos and performing some of the sickest
stuff you've ever seen on a mountain bike!

There will be giveaways and raffles of thousands of dollars worth of sponsor's merchandise and
free food!

Bring your mountain bike and ride all night, hang with pros, watch the movie, and eat free food!

For information on riding at Rye Airfield (under 18, directions, safety gear, etc.) visit
RyeAirfield.com.

Proceeds go toward NEMBA's Land Preservation Fund. (See the BustedSpoke.com interview with NEMBA's
Philip Keyes) NEMBA has created the New England Land Preservation Fund to purchase land that is
critical for mountain biking. The number one goal of the fund is to the buy the 47-acre Liner Trust
Parcel located to the east of the power lines. This parcel contains miles of the technical trails
that have made 'Nam a favorite riding location for mountain bikers throughout New England.

NEMBA must raise $200,000 by October 31, 2003, and the only way to do this is for you to step up to
the plate and make a financial commitment toward the purchase. As of November 1st, 2002, NEMBA has
secured $90,000, they still have a long way to go. The alternative is not acceptable -- losing some
of the best riding in New England.
 
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