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Leaving Tracks

A man, his museum, and lives changed forever.

Bobby Haas purchased his first motorcycle at the young age of 64, and he was hooked. Big time! Within the span of the next few years, Bobby went on to accumulate over 230 motorcycles and build the Haas Moto Museum, in Dallas, Texas to showcase them. The museum is arguably the finest motorcycle museum anywhere but what really makes it stand out are the more than 60 avant-garde and truly exceptional custom hand-built motorcycles that Bobby purchased or commissioned from some of the best builders on the planet. In that process, Bobby and the custom builders lives changed forever, finding friendship and healing on their journey.

Leaving Tracks features the rockstars of custom bike builders like Craig Rodsmith, Max Hazan, Kiyo Kiyonaga, Dirk Oehlerking, Christina Sosa, Walt Siegl, Shinya Kimura, and more. But this isn't a movie about motorcycles, it's about people. The film is raw and honest, and at times emotional. Pipeburn says it's "the perfect example of how motorcycles can bind people together like family and can help heal old wounds."

We are extremely excited to be able to bring Leaving Tracks to you, and while the film is available on big movie platforms like iTunes, wouldn't you rather support TMFF and watch it on TMFF Cinema? <wink>


Somewhere Else Tomorrow

The prequel to Somewhere Else Together, shown at TMFF 2020, Somewhere Else Tomorrow is the start of Daniel Rintz's journey around the world, relying only on the money he makes along the way to sustain his trip and search for adventure and meaning. The story taps into the current feelings of unrest, disillusionment and disconnection felt by people throughout the world.


To racing fans around the world, the name Morbidelli carries a lot of respect. Between 1975 and 1977, Italian motorcycle designer Giancarlo Morbidelli won four World Championship titles with his home-built motorcycles, pitted against the big and well-funded factory teams. Old racing footage combined with contemporary interviews, including with Morbidelli himself, tells this David vs. Goliath story.

The Roost

Back from its TMFF 2020 premiere, The Roost traverses Japan over two years and 12 cities, profiling the people, places, and custom builders that are driving Japan's alternative motorcycle scene, combining old-world hand-built craftsmanship with new-world design aesthetics. Featuring a who's who of Japan's best custom builders and craftspeople.


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