Inspired by Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman's adventures in "Long Way Round," a group of friends decide to hit the road, find their limits, and find themselves in "A Story Worth Living." Author John Eldredge ("Wild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man's Soul"), his three sons and a couple of friends (all novice motorcyclists) set out to explore a thousand miles of Colorado backcountry on BMW F800GS motorcycles.
"Everyone is looking for a story worth living," is the line that opens the film—an adventure narrative that captures the highs and lows of dual-sport riding, including a bone-breaking crash on Engineer Pass. "We set out to tell a story about story," Eldredge explains. "Too many adventure films are high on great footage but desolate when it comes to content and meaning. You can only watch so many Red Bull adrenaline shots till you want something meatier—a film that talks about something worth hearing."
This film promises beautiful scenery in one of the world’s most epic places to ride, combined with the trials and tribulations of finding one’s self.
For more informaition visit www.astoryfilm.com or look for the film at the 2016 Overland Expo Film Festival.