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On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter

Those of us who have been around for awhile remember Bruce Brown's 1971 documentary film: On Any Sunday.

Now, Bruce's son, Dana Brown, has made a documentary titled: On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter.

To be released in theaters this fall. Watch the trailer here:
On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter- Movie Trailer Video
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Those of us who have been around for awhile remember Bruce Brown's 1971 documentary film: On Any Sunday.

Now, Bruce's son, Dana Brown, has made a documentary titled: On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter.

To be released in theaters this fall. Watch the trailer here:
On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter- Movie Trailer Video
Sherri always brings the best videos!

Guess I'll have to catch up with the first documentary. Can't wait to watch this one though. Some big names are in here as well as bike builders liekroland Sands. Until the next chapter...
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I'm more into this one than Why we Ride. WWR was a good doc sure, but it felt more like a drawn out advertisement for motorcycle culture. I liked the first On ANy Sunday and the second should be just as good if not better in its focus (this time) of grass roots motorsports and the people who participate.

Because really thats one of the things thats really changed over the last bunch of years, racing has become so cost prohibitive even in grassroots/local series. Much the same as you're seeing in all the sports, the only way to get anywhere is with BIG Money, even at the local level...
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i do think its pretty awesome that Bruce Brown's son continued the legacy and created the second chapter.
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