For years motorcycle enthusiasts have wished for a film, which celebrates the joy of riding and captures the true spirit of adventure and freedom of motorcycle touring. Well, having ...
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For years motorcycle enthusiasts have wished for a film, which celebrates the joy of riding and captures the true spirit of adventure and freedom of motorcycle touring. Well, having twenty-one days off, a TV cameraman decides to make such a movie and heads west. With the help of his biker friends from all over the nation, he sets off on a journey to document the country's best roads, but discovers that it is the journey that matters in the end...Written by
So I'm planning on moving from the East Coast to the West Coast very soon. And one of the many parts I'm looking forward to is the roadtrip across the country. I've been reading up a lot about different Areas and Cities to visit on my drive. It's all been very fascinating and a interesting research. I came across this film, and for the first time, it really gave me the feeling I have with my anticipation for this trip. The feeling of the adventure and journey seeing the epic wonders of the country, as well as the splendid scenes of nature.
When I was first making plans, I had thought about visiting cities in Texas and taking a path down south, which would of been nice. But after seeing the magnificent sights of the Midwest and National Parks, and of the dramatic nature and life of that journey, I knew it was truly what I wanted to experience.
I recommend the film to anyone seeking an adventure cross the great country of ours, to feel inspired and truly witness a glimpse into the great America many people, including our ancestors, have journeyed through. A peaceful look at experiencing nature and all it has to offer. I also truly enjoy the simple yet inspiring quotations noted along the way, each saying something reflective and insightful.
Not just a motorcycle movie, but a movie about the wanderlust on the open road, and seeing the simple pleasures and marvels throughout America that very few people see in their lives.
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