On February 28, 2015, in cinema Kijów.Centrum, Krakow the première of Polish film „Path Finder” will take place. The film presents the adventures of old enduro stagers, Mariusz Bryja and Tomek Dębiec, who will take you on a journey into the wildest mountains of Europe. „Path Finder” visited the Polish Bieszczady Mountains, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
Enduro is a type of mountain biking, which is increasingly associated with the competition, but the characters of „Path Finder” remind us that it is primarily an adventure involving driving satisfaction in a beautiful area, the exploration of the area and the emotions that are associated with discovering new paths and landscapes.
Mariusz Bryja and Tomek Dębiec, the duo of Polish cyclists who stand behind a very well-received film „Enduro Me” (2011), decided to once again raise the film crew and go in search of the most interesting places to ride bikes.
The two characters of the film are multi-medallists in the discipline of enduro competition, having exceptional skills in setting and overcoming downhill biking in wild mountainous terrain. As part of filming the movie „Path Finder” they set the goal to go to the top of a very wild mountains rarely visited by people. Thus, the choice fell on the Polish Bieszczady mountains, mountains of Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as the stunning Croatian coast.