Nevermind Adventure welcomes riders to the free premiere screening of the movie “Rajasthan Rampage – 10 Days Motorcycling Through Deserts and Jungles of Central India”.
The short movie was pulled together in partnership with Melbourne-based Adventure Machine and the Aussie Nevermind Adventure company which runs tours through India and Nepal.
Nevermind Adventure spokeswoman Emma Plunkett says the film “captures the cultural heartland of India in such an inspiring and innovative way”.
“The result is spectacular and mind blowing.”
To celebrate the launch, Nevermind Adventure is throwing a party on Saturday, July 15, 2017, at the Kustom Kommune, 8 Duke St, Collingwood, from 6.30pm and you’re invited.
The event is free and open to the public with live music from local bands and beers from the local brewery Moondog.
“It’s going to be an epic night for everyone to get together and celebrate all things we have in common,” Emma says.
Although they don’t have a trailer clip of the film yet, they sent us this promo clip from their Himalayas trip last year which was shot by the same crew that filmed the Rajasthan tour for the film.
And here are some photos from one of their recent Rajasthan trips.
Nevermind Adventure also sells leather bags through their stores in Fremantle and Geelong and the Motorbike Writer online shop.
All Nevermind Leather’s products are naturally produced by hand using only salt and natural oils, they do not manufacture in a tannery or factory and refuse to use nasty chemicals such as Arsenic and Chromium which are rapidly destroying our planet. Modern leather production is by far one of the most polluting industries on the planet and completely unsustainable.
Nevermind uses a traditional centuries old technique to preserve the animal skins. Therefore their leather if not used regularly will have an earthy, saddle type smell, this is completely normal and natural. This smell will completely disappear within a few weeks if the product is exposed to fresh air and sunlight regularly.