How would you like to star in a new six-part documentary TV series on the 13 greatest motorcycle roads in the world?
It’s to be called Crossroads and the Australian makers of the movie are calling for riders with a story to tell.
Motorcycle TV series
They hope to cover 13 roads on five continents in six episodes, so there is probably only one or two Aussie positions among that lot.
The film is being produced by ElkMark Films which consists of Cameron Elkins who directed the Stories of Bike and Roads We Ride series; Andrew Jones from Pipeburn.com; and 20-year commercial TV producer Adam Marks.
Film locations will also include Norway, South Africa and Japan, and the makers hope it will be the next big thing since Long Way Round in 2004.
Cam says that since it is an Australian production “we’ll be sure to showcase one or two Australian roads”.
“We don’t have any fixed road in mind, but we’re looking for something that might not get the attention it deserves and a rider story that can bring this road to life,” he says.
“Just in the 24 hours since announcing the show we’ve had close to 100 riders from around the world in countries such as Italy, Germany, Brazil, US, UK, Japan and India sharing their roads and stories for a chance to be a part of the show.
“But we’d love to hear from riders from remote locations like Mongolia, Africa, Scandinavia and Central America too.”