A feature film about conquering your fears and pushing yourself over that next mountain range.
Forrest Minchinton, Colton Udall, Derek Ausserbauer, and Nic Garvin take themselves far beyond where most people feel alive. Each with motivations of their own. From chasing a childhood dream to honoring a fallen teammate taken too soon. A five-time champion in search of reliving his former glory, and a young Ironman destined for his place at the top. A motley crew united by motorcycle with the common goal of proving to themselves and to the world that they are alive and that the dance must go on. All in the name of glory at the world’s longest non-stop, point-to-point, off-road race: The Baja 1000.
There’s a different kind of art to a life lived as a desert racer. A love for the intricacies of our natural world and the symbiotic relationship between man and machine against the elements. An eternity of preparation, training and confident passion is absolutely necessary to win in the desert. But as Colton Udall, one of the team riders in the film most eloquently puts it, ‘If you think you’re going to come down here and beat Mexico, it will absolutely bite you.’
It’s been an honor to tell this story and we’re proud to share it with the world. Directed by Lincoln Caplice, this film was produced by Mojave Productions and Monster Children Films. From the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank the incredible film community who worked with us to bring this film to life. We hope you enjoy.