Trey Canard's REvival 41 Movie Premiere

Muscle Milk and all of the other sponsors that helped make REvival 41 a reality literally rolled out the red carpet on Thursday night for the star of the new online 30 minute movie, Trey Canard. From start to finish, this was an A-class event held at the Garden Walk Theaters in Anaheim. After some hors d'oeuvres and drinks, the film got under way with a quick introduction from producer and former ESPN commentator, Sal Masekela.

Without revealing too much of the film, I can without hesitation, say that it is one of the best motocross oriented productions I have seen in recent years. Not because of riding footage (of which there are some great shots), but because of the excellent story telling done by director Jason Bergh. Add to this the personal story of Canard and his genuine sincerity that he carries with him and that the film captures, and REvival 41 is a very well done flick. The editing and camera work are top notch and are an extreme departure from your standard online video or even high-budget riding movie.

What's more? It's available for free! Watch it here and let REvival 41 speak for itself.

The premiere was held at the Garden Walk Theaters.

The majority of the Honda Muscle Milk squad came out to support Trey's new movie, including his teammate, Justin Barcia.

Sal Masekela is now a producer and had a big hand in the making of \

The folks that made the magic happen (from left to right) Jason Bergh, Shane McCassey, Trey Canard, Sal Masekela.

GEICO/Honda riders Zach Bell, Justin Bogle, and Trey Canard all came out to support as well.

A bunch of old photos from Trey's early days on dirt bikes lined the wall on the way to the theater. As you can see, Canard has been rocking some form of the number 41 since his first days on two wheels.

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