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The Follow-Up To A Beloved Motorcycle Documentary Is Coming To Theaters

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Back in 1971, Bruce Brown's moto-racing doc "On Any Sunday" not only helped jumpstart the motocross and BMX crazes, but it was also nominated for an Academy Award. Now Bruce's son Dana's follow-up: "On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter," is coming.


You may be familiar with Dana Brown's work as director of the 2003 Baja 1000 documentary "Dust To Glory." You may also be familiar with Bruce Brown's work as director of the 1964 documentary that took the surfing craze worldwide: "The Endless Summer." The like-father-like-son bit may be done to death, but these guys just keep turning out great stuf


Dana Brown's RedBull-sponsored follow-up to "On Any Sunday" addresses the modern breadth of motorcycling. He hits everything from arena sports heroics to flat-track to MotoGP to grassroots off-roading to Bonneville speed runs to custom bike building and everything in between.

As in Brown's "Dust To Glory" the cinematography looks gorgeous. (If you've got a 4K-capable monitor, you can get a full-fat preview in the film's trailer, below.) And it's got bike-celebrity appearances by Travis Pastrana, Robbie Maddison, Marc Marquez, Carlin Dunne, and others. I have a sneaking suspicion that this one is going to be a must-see. Check out the trailer (in 4K, "where available"):

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