The first look at the forthcoming motocross documentary “The Great Outdoors: Eleven” has dropped.
It’s the latest work from Troy Adamitis, the mastermind behind many popular motocross series such “The Moto: Inside the Outdoors” and “MX Nation.” This will be the first installment of “The Great Outdoors” documentary series since 2012 and while the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will once again be a primary focus, it will also feature segments from the Canadian Nationals and the MXGP circuit.
The film will be released on May 1 and is currently available for pre-order. Here’s the synopsis from the documentary’s Vimeo page, followed by the official trailer:
After a six year hiatus, The Great Outdoors motocross documentary series returns. TGO Eleven will not only showcase American motocross as it has traditionally, but will also expand globally covering races in Canada and Europe, making the new TGO revival a story that sprawls the planet. Since Ryan Dungey’s retirement, Marvin Musquin, Jason Anderson and their championship trainer, Aldon Baker, will attempt to dispatch Eli Tomac, the fastest rider in the 450 Class, as well as the threatening Blake Baggett. Supercross champion Zach Osborne is the favorite for the 250 Class, but Alex Martin, Jeremy Martin, Aaron Plessinger, Colt Nichols, and European Dylan Ferrandis are also involved in an “anyone can win” scenario. The infamous Alessi family returns to TGO. Mike, Danielle, and Tony Alessi are still on a mission and have moved north to compete in the Canadian Nationals. Finally, a trip to iconic Lommel, Belgium will introduce us to Antonio Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings of the MXGP circuit.
Source: Luas Oil Pro Motocross