|03-27-2010, 10:24 PM||#16|
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: Nelson-ish New Zealand
How about...... African Odysee, "4 friends from Whakatane, New Zealand riding Cape town to London on motorbikes most wouldn't ride to the cow shed"
A good watch if you can get hold of a copy, awsome sound track too.
The Last Hurrah, a couple of older guys riding a 1965 Panther 650 and a 1954 Norton 600 from Beijing to Arnhem in 2005.Might still be able to get it from www.thelasthurrah.co.nz
|03-28-2010, 04:12 PM||#17|
Joined: Oct 2005
Location: Diamond Bar, CA.
What about Motoafryka?
I first heard about it here on ADV.
It was made by some of our Polish friends, including the infamous "Lordmaciek", who also made Moto Syberia.
It's a DVD telling their trip down the East side of Africa in 2005.
Good guys, great story, and some good humor.
There is an internet link:
Continental Divide Trail 2009
Empty West 2011
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|03-28-2010, 06:17 PM||#18|
Joined: May 2005
Location: Fayetteville, Pennsylvania
I will add Salt and Gold to this list. Nothing like an inmates documentary to make for fun watching.
|04-03-2010, 10:10 AM||#21|
Joined: Feb 2008
Location: Oregon - The Beautiful PNW!
I love that.
I have the "Get Lost Baja" and "Get Lost Oregon" movies. Both entertaining and kept my motorcycle addicted personality happy through till the end.
|04-04-2010, 09:31 PM||#23|
Joined: Jun 2006
Location: 101 and 246, CA
"The Ride" - Globebusters Richard and Julia take a bunch of strangers from ANC to Deadhorse to TDF. Pretty entertaining.
They also have one where they ride essentially the same ride alone trying to set a record. Cant' remember the name.
Nick Saunders "In Serarch of Dakar" isn't bad either.
Mondo Enduro and Terra Circa are still the best IMHO.
"You know sir, there is a fine line between Badass and Dumbass." Medical Records Lady
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|04-06-2010, 11:26 PM||#25|
Kicker of Elves
Joined: Aug 2009
Location: Eugene, OR
1977 Honda XL350
|04-08-2010, 07:15 AM||#26|
Joined: Oct 2006
Location: Smithfield, VA
Pray for the Wildcats
I am new to this thread, but had to comment. I didn't see "Pray for the Wildcats" and "Little Fauss and Big Halsey". These are classic with a bunch of stars early in their careers. I even have to keep an old vcr so I can watch my vhs copy of "Pray for the Wildcats". And while I am listing bike movies, here is my list of my favorites (not in any order):
Long Way Down (Adv)
Long Way Around (Adv)
On Any Sunday (doc)
A day in the dirt (doc)
Pray for the Wildcats (fiction, Adv)
Blackwater 100 (doc)
Little Fauss and Big Halsey (fiction, racing)
On Any Sunday 2 (doc)
Blackwater series (doc)
Black Rain (fiction)
Moto Crossed (fiction, kid theme)
Time Rider (fiction)
Grease 2 (fiction)
Buell 06 Uly--sold
Hon 96 XR400, 73 CL450,
05 CRF230 - wife, XR100, XR70 & PW60 for kids
My friend Pilo's adventure book
|04-28-2010, 12:50 PM||#28|
Joined: Apr 2005
Just watched Mondo Enduro and Terra Circa. Loved both of them. Around the world on Suzuki DR-350 bikes! I bought both at Aerostich.
2009 KTM 690r Enduro SOLD
2002 RC51 SOLD
2010 KTM 990 Supermoto R SOLD
2014 KTM EXC 500
|04-29-2010, 09:05 AM||#29|
Even more advanced n00b!
Joined: Jan 2006
Location: British Columbia
You guys missed Helge Pedersen's shameless self-promotional videos, Globeriders Silk Road, Indochina, Iceland and Eurasia. Actually they're quite good.
And Charley Boorman's By Any Means I and II have some motorcycling in them as well.
And Horizons Unlimited's Acheiveable Dream series is awesome, but it's more of a how-to series than an actual ride.
Motorcycle nut in the Pacific Northwet - Teamgrizzly.ca
Owner of 'Katyusha" my 2013 Ural Gear-Up. Proudly falling down the horsepower ladder, and having fun at the same time
6 Bikes, 1 Garage. Holy crap, I`ve turned into motorcycling`s equivalent to the crazy ol`cat lady.
|04-29-2010, 05:53 PM||#30|
Joined: Mar 2003
Just for fun, not a big adventure movie, but has appearances by David Carradine and Arlo Guthrie.
"Somewhere he felt there was a profession illegal enough to satisfy him morally and yet safe enough not to outrage his instinctive knowledge of the law of averages"
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