#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In 1971, ‘On Any Sunday’ starring Steve McQueen opened in theatres and wrote its place in motorcycle history. It also transcended the sport to reach a wide audience through a cast of engaging characters and variety of heartfelt stories. ‘On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter’ will continue this family tradition and also pass the torch to the next generations. A lot has happened in the past 40 years, but the passion for riding is timeless and continues today.
Plot: On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter” is an exploration into the two-wheeled world of motorcycle riding. The film journeys deeper into the humanity, thrills and excitement behind the global culture of motorcycle riding. We meet those who are bonded by their passion for the race, we experience the exhilaration of the ride and we witness the love of family and friendship as each individual seeks out their next thrilling moment on the bike.
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Completely love this beauty!
After seeing the original I was excited when I heard about this and couldn’t wait to watch it. I sat with huge expectations that were not disappointed. The reviews from others are a ‘tad’ on the harsh side.
The hold on Moto Gp was for no longer than 10 minutes throughout the entire 90 minutes. “The Doctor” running around Africa on his motorbike was showing the passion he has for his bike and how much it has changed other peoples lives. Is that really a reason to give a film a bad review?. Unless I am mistaken, It is also about the passion of motorcycling.
I also didn’t see a 90 minute advert for the popular energy drink. Only when coverage was shown of the Moto Gp which is sponsorship and you’ll get that if you watch the GP!.
My Father In Law is a retired TT racer and I’ve had a passion for bikes since forever. If this film doesn’t ignite the passion then you really are not meant to be watching it. Also watch the first. You will love it.
If you get some spare time and haven’t already, check out TT-Closer to the Edge. Another fantastic movie.
Motorcyling collectors must have
Like my predecessors reviews, I too have seen the original from a very young age, this of course inspired me also to a amateur career in racing dirt and road bikes. I also, naturally being so motorcycle orientated, have On any Sunday I & II and now this latest iteration.
It is unfair to compare each to the original, as even I find this is the best for me. It has “MY” era bikes and memories, however that does not mean I dismiss this new version as “No Good”, or a poor attempt at trying to recreate the original. This it is not trying to do. It is showing motorcycling as it is now, what and who is the movers and shakers and for this I found it very entertaining. I especially enjoyed the Pikes Peak hill climb with the electric bike. Maybe they could have shown more dirt bike shots, but that has evolved now into stadium super-cross and not the wide open motocross of the 70’s.
This is a really a good indication of just what has happened to our recreational side in motorcycling if you watch all three movies.
To me the type who lives and breathes his youthful days on a bike that he built himself, then this is just another must have piece of motorcycling memorabilia for my collection, for those days when the world feels bad and I want to feel good.
My last word is on the doctor riding around, yes it was boring, but it did show that our beloved motorcycle will always be there to help someone.
I believe this is worth watching and if you can also see the other two as a view to motorcycling time line from 1971 through to 2014.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Documentary, Action, Adventure
Director Dana Brown
Writer Mark Anders, Dana Brown, Scott Rousseau
Actors Bo Derek, Jimmy N. Roberts, Travis Pastrana
Country United States, Austria, Canada, South Africa, Spain
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Laboratory Light Iron (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A