Across the Dirt: A Dirt Bike Documentary
Across The Dirt: A Dirt Bike Documentary movie was released Sep 23, 2008 by the Victory Multimedia studio. Standard Screen; Soundtrack English With thrilling footage from America’s fiercest dirt-bike competitions–including the AMA National Hill Climb at Glen Helen and Mammoth Motocross–ACROSS THE DIRT showcases the sport’s most gifted riders as they compete to be the best.
Specification: Across the Dirt: A Dirt Bike Documentary
David Fetter –
very cool dvd
John Casuccio –
boring and dated
This was without a doubt the most misleading bike movie I have ever seen. It read on the cover that the movie was about desert racing, hill climbs, motocross, etc and there was not one moment of racing in the whole movie. The ads were clearly written to mislead. The whole 1 hour and 21 minutes were of interviews with the bike riders of the hill climbs, desert racing, and motocross. I could hardly believe that I spent $2.99 for this piece of worthless info. I have been a long time dirt bike rider and again, from the ads, believed it would have been similar to “ON ANY SUNDAY”. The kind of movie that dirt riders love to watch. Boy oh boy, I will certainly be careful of any other dirt bike movies sold by amazon.
My hubby and father-in-law both love to watch this. Not much else to say…if they’re happy, that’s great.
Ken Dunnebacke –
It was good. Lots of bonus footage as well
Richard Parcells –
A pretty good video. I enjoyed it. I even own 2 copies of it so I can loan one out and still have a copy. I raced Desert, Enduro and Grand Prix when I was younger. Won more than my share, Then moved on to racing a car offroad. I still work as an official at races. This video reminds me a great deal of when I was racing a bike. There is LOTS of action footage in this video, contrary to what some of the reviewers claim. Don’t pay attention to them. Some of them even lie about what is on the video. I cannot imagine why they would or what video they were watching. What is on the disc is what it is advertised as.
william pierce –
Pretty good movie if you like this kind of flick
Dull as hell. All interviews. No riding footage. Some good info in the interviews, but a poor film overall.
I’m really happy (for my sister) because my nefew (& brother-in-law) had their eyes glued to the tv set for the whole
Laura Folk –
Nothing but interviews, zero actual racing.