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  • Belstaff, BMW and Motul back a feature film
  • Belstaff, BMW and Motul back a feature film
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Belstaff, BMW and Motul back a feature film

A leather-clad figure sits atop a motorcycle speeding down a highway, hair whipping back behind them. The scene is appropriately cinematic for a documentary about the power of motorcycles. But backed entirely by Belstaff, BMW Motorrad and Motul, is this film anything more than a glorified advert?

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