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On Any Sunday

25 Oct 2020 02:36
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Finally got round to watching On Any Sunday after hearing about it for the first time here on the forum.
Brilliant, loved it, what a great bit of nostalgia.
It did take me back to bombing around the farm on my DT175MX when I was 15.
Will be recommending it to my mates for them to watch.

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25 Oct 2020 04:38
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Me and my buddies saw it in the movie theater back in the day when it was released. I've watched it countless times since then. Never gets old.

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25 Oct 2020 04:50
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I remember seeing it when it came out (1972?) when I was 14.
I thought Malcolm Smith was a god!

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25 Oct 2020 05:12
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I've watched it countless times and I'm always excited to watch it again. I actually had the opportunity to meet Malcolm Smith several years ago at AMA Vintage Days at Mid Ohio Race Track. He is a very humble man.

Here's a couple my favorites motorcycle movies to consider:
- Dust to Glory
- Why we ride
- The John Penton Story (Local Hero in Ohio)
- World Fastest Indian

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25 Oct 2020 05:16
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RT3Sam wrote: Here's a couple my favorites motorcycle movies to consider:
- Dust to Glory
- Why we ride
- The John Penton Story (Local Hero in Ohio)
- World Fastest Indian

I'll take a look Sam :likey

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25 Oct 2020 08:31 25 Oct 2020 08:33 by mdscott.
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Pete-RT1 wrote: Finally got round to watching On Any Sunday after hearing about it for the first time here on the forum.
Brilliant, loved it, what a great bit of nostalgia.
It did take me back to bombing around the farm on my DT175MX when I was 15.
Will be recommending it to my mates for them to watch.


Wow, I think you are the only motorcycle nut that hadn’t seen the movie.
It was my inspiration.
I was working for Yamaha International in Buena Park Ca. They got a 16mm copy and a bunch of us watched it after work.
Bruce Brown couldn’t afford a slow motion camera so he doubled the camera voltage to up the film speed.
I still get goosebumps watch the opening flat track seen.

Thanks Mark
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25 Oct 2020 08:58
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mdscott wrote: Wow, I think you are the only motorcycle nut that hadn’t seen the movie.
It was my inspiration.
I was working for Yamaha International in Buena Park Ca. They got a 16mm copy and a bunch of us watched it after work.
Bruce Brown couldn’t afford a slow motion camera so he doubled the camera voltage to up the film speed.
I still get goosebumps watch the opening flat track seen.

Mark, my education from the forum members continues....

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25 Oct 2020 09:34
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carter6787 wrote: I thought Malcolm Smith was a god!


Wait.....what are you saying?

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25 Oct 2020 10:15
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I still get goosebumps watch the opening flat track seen.[/quote]

Check out Kenny Roberts at the Spring field speedway in 2016( i think ) on his TZ 750 !
Brilliant !

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25 Oct 2020 11:42 25 Oct 2020 16:19 by Steve F.
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Any one for "On Any Sunday ll" Yamaha legend Bob "Hurricane" Hannah & friends duel on the MX tracks.

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