The Motocross Files: Bob Hannah
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J. Reasons –
I am 43 and have loved motocross since i was a kid, so obviously Hannah is one of my favorites. I still have an XR400. I loved the dvd. They did a great job with the history and interviews and footage, and it is several hours long. It is pricey but well worth it and highly recommended!!
The best documentary on the legend Bob “Hurricane” Hannah.” Plus extended chapters. Bob is so candid. Some great stories and exclusive footage. I grew up racing and Bob was one of my heroes. This DVD captures everything that is what made the “Hurricane” the legend he is. Exceptional!
Awsome DVD very well done, I never knew how much of a cry Baby Broc Glover was.
David M. Cameron –
The one and only Bob Hannah! This is a very compelling story and executed well by the Motocross Files. Very entertaining!
Bought this for hubby really disappointed very repetitive
Bought as a gift. Very happy to find this! Fast shipping!
If you like motocross, you’ll like this series from the Speed Channel. I particularly liked the Bob Hannah installment. I’ve been trying to get a copy of it since before they made them available on dvd. Hannah is one of the more colorful riders of that era……to quote one of his competitors in the film, “Bob made arrogance cool!”
Earnest Phillips –
David Pratt –
For me, as someone who has attempted MX racing and been an enthusiast since seeing the Europeans appear at Pepperell Massachusetts in 1969, Bob Hannah demonstrates the true level of character that was necessary for him to reach the pinnacle of success in the sport. As he mentions in an interview, he would have been a fighter pilot if he’d been born in a different time. He is a great example of the level of personal vision, self importance, and self creation needed for a person of his background and time to become so dominant as a racer and as a fan favorite. He was a “flying ace” in every sense of the term!