DVD - Reconnecting with Canada - The North

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What does it take to reach Canada's Western Arctic in winter? To merely drive there is a man versus nature struggle, but to reach Tuktoyaktuk, 200 kilometers North of the Arctic Circle, by motorcycle? That is a battle of human spirit, skill and equipment against the very elements and Ice Roads that make this adventure so alluring.

Traveling 10,000 kilometers/ 6,000 miles in the middle of one of the coldest winters, two BMW F800 GS motorcycles and a X5 BMW for support depart Victoria, British Columbia for Canada's North. Set against a backdrop of retina-searingly stunning winter scenery, The North follows the Curbsyde Team of Joe & Flora Lloyd, Paul Mondor and Jesse Clark on their personal journeys to Tuktoyaktuk. From behind the visor and behind the camera, the adventure encompasses a true Northern experience, from - 47 deg C / -54 F days, snow storms, dog sledding in the iconic Yukon, snowmobiling, ice caves, the color-washed sky-scape of the Aurora Borealis and an ill fated collision with a dump truck. It is a story that runs the spectrum from mind blowing scenery to days of fighting for simple survival, where every kilometer of not crashing seemed a triumph. Enjoy this thrilling adventure, as told by the team members as they embark on one of the harshest rides and bone chilling adventures on the planet. This 8 episode series is a must see for any motorcycle enthusiast, 160 minutes of Arctic adventure.
  • 8 - 20 minute episodes (total 160 minutes)
  • Some Strong Language
  • Bonus Material

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The filming was outstanding and the content was very interesting. The trip was a worthy project to attempt. But, the sound track tended to drown out the narator a good deal of the time. Paul and Joe were talking with their helmets on (it was cold) and they were hard to understand due to the volume of the sound track. The music is fine but I would rather hear what the riders and crew were discussing as well as hear what the narrator was describing as the journey moved North. Jed Reagle - Fairbanks, Alaska

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