Nick Sanders is a well known name in the biking world. He has strived to be the fastest biker around the world as well as along the length of the Americas, but even better is trying to be the first. He was the first person to put speed into adventure riding, first to lead paying clients on a “concept” tour to the Top of the World Highway in Alaska and also the first to lead 22 riders 33,000 miles around the world in 2002, first to ride the Americas 3 times and twice non-stop in his double transit journey, “The Incredible Ride”.
The Nick Sanders “Motorcycle Cinema” will be launched at Yamaha dealerships nationwide, whereby participating stores will be dressed in the guise of a “Cinema”. It’s kind of bonkers, but we like that. A list of participating dealerships will be posted on Nick’s website – www.nicksanders.com – the highlight of this new venture will be performing at Motorcycle Live.
The other “first” is, after a many months of work, the launch of his latest film – the first for 4 years, and following on from his autobiographical books of the same name, “The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man”.
The 115 minute film looks at his early life, family matters, the early days of sponsorship, the struggle to become, after years of trying, a professional adventurer. It shows in a completely fresh way his record breaking days, his long distance motorcycle marathons much of which is from never-before-seen footage.
It fuses documentary style with art-house, amalgamates great scenes of motorcycle endurance with humbling pictures of the world as he saw it, spanning 5 continents, over 100 countries during his 35 year adventuring career.
Watch the trailer of him film at http://www.nicksanders.com/copy-of-expedition-centre