Charley and Ewan mount up for electric adventure

Charley and Ewan’s Long Way Up on electric bikes

Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman are expected to do their third travel documentary, Long Way Up, from South America to Los Angeles on Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycles. They are also expected to be supported by two electric Rivian R1T pick-up trucks which are likely to carry DC fast chargers.  South American press have already spotted the trucks and …

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Speed is my Need documentary

Watch: Speed is my Need documentary

“Life without danger is just no life at all” says a new motorcycle documentary featuring racers Freddie Spencer, Colin Edwards, Ron Haslam and Peter Hickman. The documentary film title Speed is my Need is an interesting version of the computer game Need for Speed and the Tom Cruise line from the original Top Gun movie. …

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Paralysed mother Ulla Kulju lears to ride again in Rise of a Rider documentary

Paralysed mother learns to ride motorcycle

What could be more inspirational than this story about a young paralysed Finnish mother of two who wants to learn to ride a motorcycle! Not just any motorcycle, but a 175mph (180km/h) litre sportsbike on a racetrack. The documentary Roar – Ride of a Rider was two years in the making and follows Ulla Kulju …

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Point and Shoot arab

Motorcyclist films the Arab world

You’d have to be mad in these days of Mid East conflict to want to ride a motorcycle to every Arab nation in the world, but that’s exactly what 26-year-old Matt VanDyke did. And didn’t it get him in trouble! Matt left home in Baltimore in 2006 and set off on a self-described “crash course …

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On Any Sunday sequel is coming

  On Any Sunday The Next Chapter should be the best news in motorcycling for years, but I’m a little concerned. Dana Brown, son of famous documentary director Bruce Brown who created the ultimate motorcycle film On Any Sunday, has produced the sequel. Dana has also produced the brilliant Baja 1000 documentary Dust to Glory, …

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