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Join Larry Roeseler in Baja, where he contrasts night versus day motorcycle off-road racing in the extreme climate of rural Mexico. A number of superbike stars, mechanics, and fans detail the draw of the races. Highlights include interviews with Colin Edwards II, his father Colin Sr. and Jamie James. Watch motorcyclists try to climb The Widowmaker in the mountains of Utah. The cyclists have to ascend 1500 feet of waist high mesquite and rocky ledges. Mike Van Linden, Jim True, Jerry Peterson, and Mel Kimball Jr. talk about the dangers inherent in the sport and the draw of climbing a mountain atop a bike.This video contains footage of extreme spills, speeds, and challenges within the world of motorcycle sports as well as interviews with motorcycle experts and athletes.Follow The Extremists as they travel the world, searching for the rush of adrenaline that comes from mastering the natural world.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 5, 2010).
Originally produced in 2009.
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