Cycles South

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Released 1971

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Cycles South

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Director:
Don Marshall
Released:
1971
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Cycles South is a stripped down documentary about three friends that take a trip from Denver to Panama on motorcycles. In 1971, Vaughan Everly, Bobby Garcia, and Dick Johnson, three friends from Denver, CO, decided to take what little money they had, hop on their bikes, and head south. They also brought along filmmaker Don Marshall, and the result is a strikingly original and intimate film about the carefree times of the 1970s. Out to have the time of their lives, with only their beards marking any kind of responsibility, these three bikers fit it just about everything on their inspired trek, making it all the way to Panama. The three companions take in all the local fare, like an authentic bullfight in Juarez. From skiing in Taos to diving off the Mexican coast, these best buds vacation in true style. And of course, they certainly fit in as much time with the local ladies as they can. The experience of these three friends on the trip of lifetime serves as effective commentary on the unique sense of ease and a carefree life that embodied the 70s in Cycles South, directed by Don Marshall.moreless

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