To kick off the release of The House That Built Me, our official documentary about Tyler Bereman, we held an epic premiere party at Blackmore Ranch in Murrieta, California.
We were stoked to welcome Tyler’s family, friends, and the greater motocross community, who showed up in force to celebrate the X-Games gold medalist. Jeremy “Twitch” Sternberg, Robbie Maddison, Axel Hodges, and Vicki Golden – plus our good friends from the Fasthouse and Red Bull teams – were just some of the legendary people who came out to show their support for Tyler.
Before the showing, Tyler got the crowd geared up for a good time with some flat track racing and jumps with his dad, Randy Bereman, and Axel Hodges.
Once the dust on the flat track settled and the sun dipped below the Santa Margarita Mountains, the crowd grabbed their seats and the main event began. After speeches by both Tyler and the film’s director, Dustin Humphrey, the lights dimmed, the volume turned up, and The House That Built Me began playing to a captivated audience.
The premiere party was a killer time, and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate Tyler’s story and the life of his late grandfather, Captain Ron. Catch a full recap of the event below.
Be sure to check out what the party was all about, too. The full documentary is now streaming on our YouTube channel.