Bruce Brown is the Oscar-nominated director of On Any Sunday. The 1971 documentary completely transformed the image of motorcycling, inspiring a whole new generation to get onto two wheels. That, however, was never Brown's intention. The filmmaker, known for his equally iconic surfing movie, Endless Summer, had come to motorcycling late in life. "It was more about legitimizing motorcycling, because the reputation at the time was all Hells Angels and biker gangs," he explains. "I'd met the people and admired them, and thought it would be great to make a movie about them. I'd made surfing films, but I'd never made a film about anything else, so I thought it would be fun to try something different. And with my new interest in motorcycles, I thought maybe that would be a good thing."