With the Isle of Man TT 2017 coming up soon, we wanted to take a look back at this incredible video from last year.
This 20 minute documentary follows the story of Paul Rodden and Larry Murray, two off-road riders that are usually significantly faster than those who are 40 years younger on much more expensive machinery.
By Motojournalism and Traction off-road E-rag. Documentary about off-road riders Paul Rodden and Larry Murray two venerable motorcyclists who just won't stop doing what they love. More info and behind-the-scenes at motojournalism.com
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This 1960's film "Scrambling For It" is about scramble racing in its earlier days. It was rapidly become more popular and help start what is today a major part of the motorcycle racing industry.
It is a quick watch at only 9 minutes and 15 seconds and gives you a great view into early enduro racing.
"This 14-minute documentary is perhaps one of the most honest illustrations of what life on the road is really like. It isn't just a rose-tinted travelogue of how wonderful the world is - it shows hardship, it shows struggle and it raises a few questions about the act of travel itself."
In 2009, Brit Nathan Millward was enjoying life working in a cafe in Sydney, but the good times were cut short after his Visa extension was denied and he was given 3 days to pack up his life in Australia and exit the country. Rather than booking a flight back to the UK, he made the bold decision to hit the road and ride home. He packed his world belongings into a box, strapped it to the back of his trusty 105cc Honda postman's bike (max speed 40mph) and embarked on the ride of his life. He set off with no Visas in place, no mechanical knowledge and wasn't even sure if his cash would stretch the 23,000 mile ride home . . . Little did Nathan know as he rode away from the Sydney Opera House that morning, he was at the start of a grand journey that would take him further than he ever could have imagined. A journey not just of epic proportions, but one that would take him right to the extremities of personal discovery and ultimately, would take him in search of the end of the road.