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From the creators of the epic film series MOTO The Movie, The Assignment Inc. is proud to present their latest and most anticipated installment to the film franchise, MOTO 5. Without reservation this is by far the biggest and baddest of the MOTO The Movie films. Tag along with upcoming star Cooper Webb as he escapes to the exclusive Chaney Ranch to reflect on his first season as a pro; watch Tyler Bereman hone his bike skills in the Washington Dunes and SoCal hills; see how Adam Cianciarulo shadows Ryan Villopoto in hopes of becoming one of the greats; go on a sand-blasting, soul-searching journey into the desert with X-Games superstar Ronnie Renner; watch Zach Osborne train to be one of the most diverse MX and off-road riders on the planet; follow Taylor Robert, Kyle Redmond, and Cody Wedd as they push each others' ability to the limit on the wildest off-road freeride mission ever captured; get a whip lesson from Jimmy Decotis and Tom Parsons; wake up to lightning-filled skies with Blake Baggett as he annihilates Glen Helen all to himself; travel to the bottom of Australia with Josh Cachia and see what it's like to ride without rules! Don't miss all this and more on the newest installment of the most progressive motocross/off-road series of its time, MOTO 5.
The Moto 5
This is by far the best of the series. The attention to detail of the shots during magic hours for image quality, camera angles and aerial camera shots is like no other video. These guys nailed it. Well done and worth every penny. A must buy for people who enjoy off road motorcycle riding and people who appreciate the art of movie making.
More of the same
The MOTO series is by far the best films we in the motocross world have going for us. But they've been going slowly down hill since MOTO 3. Each movie has it's moments but Taylor and company aren't haven't really raised the bar. Maybe they've got better equipment but MOTO4 & 5 have been really flat. This is some of the best looking moto shot stuff you will find but the content is more of the same (as are some of the riders). Best segment of the film is TB.
Just a sidenote/rant. I make crappy films in my spare time and understand building relationships with riders and getting a level of comfort with them, making it easier to fallback on those guys when wanting to do something. But as a consumer of the MOTO series I want to see new blood in every new title. I don't want to see the same guys in every movie. There's more to offroad than just Cody Webb, Taylor Robert, and Redmond. There's more to MX than RV, Osbourne, Canard, etc etc. Capture the different styles and personalities (hard to find I know) that the world of MX and offroad offer.
Such an amazing addition to the MOTO series. The films have only gotten better since their start and this film proves it! So sick. I highly recommend!