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The story of Cru Jones, a young man who can overcome all obstacles that prevent him from participating in the BMX race "Helltrack." As he works towards his dream, Cru falls in love with Christian, an amateur racer. With the help of Christian and her friends, can Cru's "Rad Racing Team" defeat the top BMX factory rider, Bart Taylor ?Written by
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The only song that was in the movie and wasn't on the soundtrack was The Charm Kings song, "Caught Up in the Crossfire". Because of this, the song is now lost. See more »
At the very end of the film, when Wesley says "What a team!", her mouth isn't moving. See more »
Now that we're official, you think we have room for one more on the Rad team?
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R.L. Osborn besides Martin Apariljo perform BMX feats throughout much of the finishing credits. See more »
Scenes included in the final airing on the Canadian cable movie station Superchannel, but absent from the home video version;
A short sequence, actually made up of three different scenes, right after the confrontation at the Rad Racing T-Shirt stand. These scenes are;
Luke is sitting at the dinner table with his parents. His father tells him it isn't the end of the world. He excuses himself from the table.
Amy is sitting in her room listening to music when her mother comes in. They have a short exchange where her mother scolds her for acting childish.
An unnamed boy storms out of his house late at night.
Right after this comes a scene where a drunken Bart Taylor stumbles into the restaurant where Cru works just as it's closing. Shouting, Bart challenges him to a one on one race, since Cru has been disqualified from HellTrack. Bart winds up falling over and doing a face plant into a piece of pie on the table where the bald cop is sitting.
Another scene just before the race, after Duke Best has warned Bart about Cru and instructed the Reynolds twins to take him out;
Cru thanks Mr. Pratt for him and the town getting behind him and supporting Rad Racing. Mr. Pratt gives Cru a brand new bike from his store.
All of the characters from the deleted scenes are listed in the credits on the home video version.
I have seen this movie many times and really enjoyed it. I am still trying to buy this movie in fact. But it's out of print at this moment. I am an 80's person and love most of the movies from that era. This one of the movies that I would really like to own. This is a movie that's great and I can't say that much about it without giving anything away. This brought back the BMX bicycles back to life in the 80's and I would still love to own one. For girls it's not really the girl thing to do but it's pretty cool. The tricks that they do are what the kids still do today and if you are in to the BMX racing kind of stuff then you would like this movie inspite of what some of the critics say about this movie. I hope you will enjoy it like I did.
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