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Robert Michael Lewis
Being that I got to be an extra in this film, I'm a little partial to liking it. Having raced motorcycles for 30 years, re-watching this one brings back the old memories of the beginning of Motocross in America. There's stunts galore and some that were not planned or in the script - I still have the scars to prove it. The plot is more a love story then anything else, but all the racing and off-track antics are a kick. There's a great mud fight and you get to see the old motocross bikes and a tricked out Maico for the lead SideWinder Bike. Not the best acting in the world, but the directing is top-notch. If your into Dirt Bikes this ones worth a watch. Fun to the end and lots of laughs. Have FUN!
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