Mud-spitting, high-jumping and hard-crashing - this is the spectacular sport of motocross in one of its most action-packed years.
All eyes were on Britain’s Dave Thorpe as he attempted to defend his 500cc world championship, but he wasn't going to have it all his own way as the battle went down to the wire.
The 1986 season was dominated by four of the finest motocross riders - Thorpe, Eric Geboers, André Malherbe and Georges Jobe as the series reached its final round, these four men all had a shot at the title - setting up an unbelievable and unforgettable climax.
This review, on DVD for the first time, captures the most important thrills and spills of this amazing year.
It is packed with detailed reviews of rounds in Austria, Holland, France, Britain, Belgium and Luxembourg, including practice laps, mass starts and comprehensive race coverage.
Plus, there are interviews with many of the big stars as the dramatic story unfolds, and breathtaking slo-mo footage of the kings of motocross in action.
This is a chance to re-live the awesome expertise as these two-wheeled gladiators battle through dust, mud, rain, sand and terrifying leaps in the quest for glory.
The key moments of a history-making season - including Thorpe’s radiator cap mishap, his heavy spill on home ground and the last race battle for the championship - are brought together in this comprehensive, must-have compilation.