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SLEDFILM 19 in Bend, Oregon Nov 9-10 | Mountain Sledder

SLEDFILM 19 in Bend, Oregon Nov 9-10

(Bend, OR) October 26th, 2018 – SLEDFILM, the biggest film and awards show in the winter motorsports industry, hits the screen and stage in Bend, Oregon on November 9th and 10th, 2018. Polaris presents the two-night all ages SLEDFILM 19 event, presented by Cascade Motorsports, Fox, ArcticFX, Silber Turbos, Traeger and almost 100 other top brands in the industry. Riders, athletes, industry icons, filmmakers and guests from around the world come together for a weekend of fun and film.

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SLEDFILM brings together athletes, industry people and riders under one roof for a couple of amazing evening events.

 

SLEDFILM 19 in Bend, Oregon Nov 9-10


Films and projects screened at SLEDFILM 19 include works from 509, Alpine Assassins, Boondockers, Exploring the Snow, Fresh Set of Tracks, Goondockers, Hybrid Color Films, Munster and more. Shorts submitted by athletes and independant projects continue to be a SLEDFILM tradition, as well as the long-time amateur photo and video contests.

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Riders like Rob Kincaid and Justin Sheaf are there, mingling with sledders and their families.


Each night at SLEDFILM is its own event, with tens of thousands in prizes for audience members, different films, athlete appearances and signings, the amateur film contest and more. SLEDFILM is the snow show after-party and snowmobile season kickoff. This years MC’s will keep the crowd fired up.

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Duncan Lee, working the mic at SLEDFILM 18.

 

SLEDFILM 19 to Support Charity


SLEDFILM is proud to support worthy causes. Last year, everyone at the event came together to help make a difference for the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education, Pink Ribbon Riders and the Utah Avalanche Center. Other causes SLEDFILM has supported over the years include fundraising for the defense of riding areas, scholarships and hosting of avalanche education and awareness and the general support of snowmobiling causes, organizations and events.



SLEDFILM regularly fills to capacity, with close to 1,000 attendees over the two nights. The crowd is one of the largest concentrations of hardcore motorsports and snowmobile enthusiasts found, all descending on Bend, Oregon from across the globe. Advance purchase is recommended.

Information leading up the event can be found on the SLEDFILM website, Facebook page and on Instagram. Tickets made be purchased in advance, here.

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