Arts & Entertainment

Navajo Nation’s cycling documentary ‘In the Dirt’ showing in Park City

PARK CITY, Utah — “In the Dirt,” a documentary about a group of passionate Native American cyclists striving to bring mountain biking to the Navajo Nation, will be screened at Park City Brewing on June 24 at 5:30 p.m.

“In the Dirt” follows the journey of retired pro cyclist Scott Nydam, who moved to Gallup, New Mexico, in 2018 with his family. While his wife pursued a healthcare job, Scott met enthusiastic mountain bikers across the Navajo Nation, a 28,000-mile expanse with no bike shops. Through a grassroots, native-led effort, these dedicated cyclists and their families have built a cycling culture, making mountain biking the fastest-growing recreational sport in the Navajo Nation.

Park City Brewing is hosting the event, with sponsorship from the National Ability Center, Backcountry, Old Town Bike Garage, Skullcandy, Storm Cycles PC, and Cole Sport.

For more information, visit the In the Dirt website.

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