Source: The Build Film via derestricted
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Thank you man~ that was so beautiful!
Truly superb! This why I do the build!
Nicely filmed. Can’t help but think that they aren’t completely happy with the choices they made. Perhaps none of us are.
I liked this film a lot. I liked the music (for once).
However, I’m confused. Are some of these guys complaining? Because each one of them drive home the point that they’re not in it for the money, they love bikes yada yada. To which I have these observations: if you’re not making money they you must be weaseling somebody elses (probably mom/dad’s money), if you’re not in it for the money because this is your labour of love then you better not complain about your long hours because I have to suffer the drudgery of a stressful office job.
I’d love to sit in a grubby shop tinkering and riding and tinkering some more. But, ya, that doesn’t pay the bills. Who’s bills? my bills. who has to pay those bills? me. So I work….constantly…and I hate it. But to the dude tinkering till 2am in his fun-makes-no-money-hobbyland: you don’t get to complain.
I could not help thinking about the GP paddock and comparing to this awesome film. In GP You must be very careful what you say making the good money, do they have complaints? Yes. But they have to be very careful and silent because they work under contracts, it is GP. In this film there is little mony and simply the freedom to be honest about everything. Ever seen a rider get an interview and you can tell how careful they are to NOT say what they are really thinking , LOL.
The second guy we’re introduced to is a serious whiner. Really? Your life is hard? LOL. We live in a country that has such excess and this guy is saying such ridiculous things.
It must suck to have a machine shop, skills, a goal, the time and money, and a bunch of motorcycles…..
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