When On Any Sunday premiered in 1971, it wasn’t just any movie. Directed by Bruce Brown — who also helmed surfing classic The Endless Summer — this insider look at motorcycle racing reached a wide audience that was fascinated by the heartfelt stories of real-life riders, earning an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature.
Four decades later, On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter shows that the passion for riding motorcycles is as strong as ever. Bruce’s son, acclaimed filmmaker Dana Brown, directs this modern take on the original, capturing what it means to ride in the United States and globally. Shot in 4K Ultra HD, the action and emotion are breathtaking: phenomenal athletes, revolutionary innovators, Hollywood stars and even visionaries who use moto to save lives. On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter journeys deeper into the humanity and excitement of motorcycle culture across disciplines — the passion for the race, the love of family and friends, and the thrill of the ride.
600 Days Around the World with a GoPro on a stick! In the most epic selfie ever!
The ultimate selfie compilation documented like never before in a 360° Degree rotation in every major site and exotic place in over 36+ countries.
Alex Chacon is on a Modern Motorcycle Diaries driving his motorcycle over 200,000+ Km crossing 75+ borders around the world to the most remote and undiscovered places on earth on this charitable expedition.
One hundred years ago last weekend a prehistoric motorcycle nut named Erwin George Baker set out on a solo ride from San Diego, headed for New York, astride a prehistoric Indian two-wheeler. He made the trip in 11 days, earning him the nickname “Cannonball” Baker and assuring his place in pioneering motorcycle history.
On Saturday a group of die-hard motorcycle enthusiasts set out from the same spot in San Diego, at the same hour, in an attempt to match Cannonball Baker’s historic run.
They were led by decorated modern motorcyclist Don Emde.
Emde entered the motorcycle record books by … More