The release of "On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter" and "Moto 6" is coming up so I felt the need to share with all of you my top five favorite motorcycle films. These films had a huge influence on me as I was getting into motorcycling and will always have a warm spot in my heart. Read on for some info and links to the top five must watch motorcycle films.
The next film I want to introduce you to is “Love, Speed, and Loss”. This film documents Kim Newcombe’s journey to 1970’s road racing excellence. Kim is one of my role models and was a true outside-the-box thinker. Kim’s ability to mate a Konig four cylinder 500cc two-stroke outboard engine to a road racing chassis lead to his success and renown in the industry. Kim tragically passed away much too early and his full potential may never have been reached.
“TT3D” - For those of you that aren’t familiar with real road racing this is a must watch! This documentary features Guy Martin, a British road racer and truck mechanic, who tackles the Isle of Man TT course every year in search of victory. With racing occurring primarily in Ireland this is one of the oldest and most dangerous forms of road racing and definitely worth checking out.
“On Any Sunday” - I urge you to revisit a classic before or after watching the new release of “The Next Chapter”. This film is an all around great documentary for motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere.
Moto Mind - Empowering and Educating Riders From Garage to Trail
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