Emily Batty and her Trek Factory Racing teammates are the subject of a new feature-length documentary, Going In.
The film will cover the team’s cross country, downhill and enduro athletes across the 2019 season. World Cup, UCI Mountain Bike World Championships and the Enduro World Series all feature into the documentary.
While the disciplines and bikes may be different, the athletes share a common drive and desire to win. Whether its Jolanda Neff crushing hills or Charlie Harrisson sending a finish line jump at Snowshoe World Cup in West Virginia, or Katy Winton racing in the shadow of the Matterhorn, the entire team shares a common goal.
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For every Trek Factory Racing athlete, there’s also the pressure of limited opportunities. As the films trailer states:
“In a sport with only a handful of chances to prove your worth, every moment matters. This is the story of what it takes to compete at the highest level of professional mountain bike racing.”
Going In takes you up close with the Track Factory Racing team. The highs and lows during training, racing, and day-to-day life for the world’s top mountain bikers.
Going In premiers at the Kendal Film Festival in the U.K.’s Lakes District this November. It will be widely available later in the winter.
Trek Factory Racing: Going In (trailer)
For more on Going In see Trek Factory Racing.