A small group of racers dominated the motorcycle Grand Prix World Championship in the ultra-competitive era of the late 1980s and early 1990s; they are the Bike Heroes.
Randy Mamola might be the most talented Grand Prix riders never to have won a world title - all the same he remains a favourite of the fans 20 years after his retirement.
Filmed in the closing days of the 1990 season, with his racing future in doubt, Mamola opens up about his ambitions and frustrations.
Famous as much for antics off the track as his skill on it, Mamola was often pigeon-holed as not taking his racing seriously enough.
This film shows just how dedicated he was to racing, charity work and having fun.
In particular we get to see his uncanny ability to ride the fearsome two-stroke 500cc monsters of the day in atrociously wet conditions.