This is the story of a true sporting great, tracing his life and career from the early days to global domination.
David Knight's childhood dreams of becoming a world-beater have been achieved in dramatic style. World Enduro Champion twice, British Enduro Champion six times and numerous high-profile wins in AMA Enduro Cross, Erzberg, Last Man Standing and more - and all before he turned 30!
'Knighter' has earned legions of fans around the world with his determined and skilful riding style, but behind the star is a grounded family man and proud native of the Isle of Man.
This film, narrated by Long Way Down star Charley Boorman, explores David's roots, his early success and the road to championship glory. It is packed with interviews with David and his family, plus archive footage and pictures from his personal photo album.
There is also action footage of the Manxman on World Championship events, and unforgettable highlights from major events, including the Weston Beach Race, Erzberg and Last Man Standing.
Iron Man of Enduro also follows David through the entire 2007 Grand National Cross Country season, as he travels to the US in a bid to win the title in his very first year. Enjoy extensive action footage and exclusive interviews as David tries to add yet another title to his name.
"Ever wondered how David Knight progressed from being a novice trials rider into arguably the best enduro rider the world has ever seen? Well 'David Knight - Iron Man of Enduro' is the latest DVD offering from Duke Video and tells the complete story, up to and including his 2007 GNCC campaign. Plus it comes with action-packed footage from WEC, Last Man Standing, Erzberg and the Weston Beach Race to boot. Featuring archive images, interviews with David and his family (including brother Juan), competition footage, onboard camera action and even photographs from DK's own personal album, it makes for great watching, and all for just £16.99. Verdict: A great Knight in" Trail bike and Enduro Magazine February 2008
'The best rider profile DVD we've reviewed for years! This DVD is a must for any two-wheeled fan. Simply awesome. 10/10' Irish Racer Magazine May 2008