This is part of PDX Motorcycle Film Festival
Saturday night films start at 6:00 p.m. Tickets for Saturday night are $15.
You can also buy a pass for both nights of the festival, show your support for OMRRA racing, and meet filmmakers and hear the Q&A at the Saturday afternoon party by going here.
Each night includes two feature films and a selection of short films. The Saturday night line-up is:
Short 1: "Giovanni Burlando's Vision" —75-year-old motorcyclists remembers his races and his victories while he continues to pursue his passion for motorcycles.
Short 2: "Invite the Unexpected" —Ryan Reynolds talks about his passion for riding and his custom café racer build.
Feature 1: INTO THE DUST —Father and son team up to take on the Baja 1000, the longest non-stop race in the world.
Short 3: "Vietnam Road Trip" —A novice motorcyclist takes a joyful trip through Vietnam.
Short 4: "LA Barstow Vegas 2016" —A Ural sidecar in the world’s longest two-day dual sport ride.
Short 5: "Black Lightning: The Rollie Free Story" —The story of Rollie Free and the most famous picture in motorcycling history.
Short 6: "Hill Climb" —A candid look into the nearly 100-year tradition of the Mt. Garfield All Pro Motorcycle Hillclimb.
Short 7: "Why I Ride" —A personal look at what drives one motorcyclist to ride.
Short 8: "The Dream Roll" —Women motorcyclists get away in the Pacific Northwest.
Feature 2: THE UNFAMILIAR ROAD —Leaving behind jobs and homes, two friends take a journey from Western Australia to London.
Pre-Party, Saturday, 4:00 PM: Special guests and other surprises. Be a special supporter of the cause, and receive an insider’s view.
The Portland Motorcycle Film Festival showcases motorcycle filmmaking and dedicates all funds raised to the purchase of Air Fence and safety equipment at Portland International Raceway by the Oregon Motorcycle Road Racing Association.
See PDXmotorcyclefilms.com for more info.