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"Bad" Brad Lackey as he is called, started a quest of taking on the world to fulfill a dream. After 10 long, hard years of sacrifice and struggle, Brad Lackey became America's first Motocross World Champion in 1982. In the early 1970's, the young rider from Northern California traveled to and trained behind the Iron Curtain to learn how to ride against the dominating Europeans and became the fastest rider in America winning the 1972 AMA 500cc National Championship. From there, the long struggle on various brands began, including Kawasaki, Husqvarna, Honda, and finally on Suzuki, which he won his World Champion title on in Luxembourg against a tough Belgian named Andre Vromans. The stories Brad, his friends, mechanics, fellow riders, and wonderful wife, Lori tell in this DVD are simply unforgettable. From riding his first motorcycle rodeo as a boy to training in Czecho as a teenager, from battles with sponsors to battling Andre Malherbe, and finally, that special day in August of 1982 when victory was achieved for the aging Lackey. It's a story they make feature films about. Includes: Original 22 minute television program, new two hour expanded and deleted scenes and interviews adds up to nearly four hours of content.