Win motorcycling documentary On Any Sunday on DVD

The Evening News is giving 10 lucky readers the chance to win the quintessential motorcycle film.

In 1971, legendary surf movie director Bruce Brown turned his attention to the world of motorcycle racing – and so was born On Any Sunday, widely regarded as the most important motorbike documentary ever made.

Nominated for the 1972 Oscar for Best Documentary Feature, On Any Sunday features Steve McQueen along with Mert Lawwill, Malcolm Smith and many other stars of Sixties and

Seventies motorsport, not to mention a roll-call of iconic bike brands from Yamaha and Suzuki to Husqvarna and Harley Davidson.

The movie provides a fascinating insight into the riders who risk their lives racing every weekend – whether on tarmac or dirt track, ice or desert sands – making it a must for motorsport fans and Bruce Brown aficionados alike.


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In addition, the special collector's edition also comes with On Any Sunday Revisited, an all-new film created by Bruce Brown and his filmmaker son Dana 30 years on from the original movie.

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How to enter:

For your chance to win a collectors copy of On Any Sunday on DVD, just answer the following question -

In what year did Bruce Brown originally direct On Any Sunday?

A) 1971

B) 1972

C) 1973

Click the link at the top of the next column to enter.

Terms and conditions:

The closing date for this competition is Friday September 9 Standard Archant competition rules apply - follow the Terms & Conditions link on this website.

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