The 17th Century Husqvarna ancestors would rise from their graves if they'd seen these extraordinary blood-pumping stunts. It was the beginning of a brand with its own soul, taking success to new heights in this spectacular game. “On Any Sunday” by Bruce Brown was a superhit both among professionals, motorcyclists and wannabes. Bruce was credited for getting a lot of attention from common bike riding to motorcycle track and desert racing. A lot of fresh enthusiasm came into motorcycles and this wonderful movie helped seduce new two-wheel fans. When this movie was produced, the film makers not only wanted to show the sunny side of motorcycling, but also had the ambition to include the free spirit that accompanies riding. Besides fame, some of the scenes show riders without helmets and without any protection gear - almost impossible to screen nowadays with safety hanging around every corner. The hippies in the movie all have it in common that they like motorcycles. They show the audience that riding is fun and doesn't have to be dangerous if you go at your own pace. Then, of course, there are monumental scenes when you wonder if this performance is possible on a bike.