Today at The Clinton: Tuesday, Jul 22

Sang-Froid Riding Club presents AUSTIN VINCE'S MONDO SAHARA

Sang-Froid Riding Club presents AUSTIN VINCE'S MONDO SAHARA

Showtimes

Sang-Froid Riding Club is bringing Austin Vince to Portland to premiere his latest film, MONDO SAHARA.

Giant Loop will be there with goodies to raffle!"

Two of the riders in this fantastic video adventure epic are from Portland and will be on hand to share personal tales of this incredible journey, and stick around after the show, because Austin will be on hand to answer all your questions!

Doors open at 8:30pm.


The Sang-Froid Riding Club is an Oregon nonprofit organization dedicated to the sport of motorcycle riding and racing. "Sang-Froid" comes from the Latin Sanguis Frigidus - "cold blood" - and means "cool under pressure." Motorcycle riding requires calm and concentration to achieve excellence, and this sang-froid is both our motto and our goal.

Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, SFRC was formed to promote skillful motorcycle riding and to bring creative and alternative motorcycle events to the Portland community. SFRC hosts rides and events throughout the year, and encourages local and national riders to check out our site for information on the club, riding, and to learn more about motorcycling in Oregon.

 

 

Mondo Sahara
Director: 
Austin Vince

Austin Vince is back with a thrilling new expedition and film – Mondo Sahara!

The aim was, starting in London, to ride off-road, across Spain, Morocco and Western Sahara. With this behind us, we would meet up with Richard Kemplay of Beast of Burden. Whilst we were riding out, he would have been burying food, fuel and water across the deserts of Mauritania. Once we rendezvoused at the Mauritanian border post he would hand us a GPS plot of the supply dumps and off we’d lunge into the Empty Quarter of the Sahara. Englishmen and Americans, following a Garmin speck across the wilderness for 1200 miles. Each night locating and digging up the supplies for the next day. Nobody had done anything like this before. It was only going to be four weeks but would still be a class-A adventure!

Special Admission

$5 at the door, CASH ONLY.