FULLERTON, CALIF.(October 10th, 2007) - In anticipation of the movie's DVD release on November 5th, the producers of One Chance to Win (OCTW) have released the short trailer on www.onechancetowin.com highlighting some of the moments of the film. Directed by Donald P. Hoffman, this trailer captures the high drama that was going on in that fateful series of 1975.Preparations are coming together for the premier on November 3rd at the California Theatre. Motocross legends are RSVPing, Vintage motocross bikes from that year are being rounded up by Rick Doughty of Vintage Iron to display in the lobby. Bob Hannah's rare and famous 1976 #39 watercooled Yamaha OW27 will be on display as well. This is the bike that started it all. Courtesy of Terry Good of mxworksbike.com and Tom White. Tickets will be on sale by 10/13 via phone or online.A host of legendary motocross racers and mechanics who were in the film or at the races will attend the premier, including Brad Lackey, Jim Weinert, Tony DiStefano, Steve Stackable, Billy Grossi, Marty Smith, Marty Tripes, Bob Hannah, Bill Buchka, Roy Turner, Dave Arnold, Keith McCarty and Bevo Forte. One Chance To Win filmmakers Charles Bush and Steve Howard also will be there.In addition to premiering the film, producers will fundraise for spinal cord injury research organizations including the Reeve-Irvine Research Center at the University of California, Irvine; Full Circle Foundation; and Wings For Life. Proceeds from theatre tickets and event sponsorships will go to these organizations.The event is open to the public. Tickets are $25 each, or two for $40, and will be available online and at the California Theatre box office. Tickets will be available the night of the event but may be limited. The doors will open at 6 p.m., and the program begins at 7 p.m. More information is online at www.onechancetowin.co.Sponsorships are available for the premier. For more information, contact Todd Huffman at (714) 305-4945.About One Chance to Win
In 1975, a young filmmaker named Charles Bush made a documentary about the sport of motocross, following that year's AMA 500cc National Series. Little did Bush know the series would go down in motocross history as one of the most exciting and controversial ever -- and his cameras were rolling. The famous "Battle of New Orleans" unfolded before his lens, and history was made. At that last round of the 500cc series, five riders had "one chance" to win the championship before the last moto. Jimmy Weinert (YAM), Steve Stackable (MAI), Pierre Karsmakers (HON), Billy Grossi (SUZ), and Kent Howerton (HUS). Brad Lackey (HUS) had returned from Europe and added an unknown quantity to the battle between all the Americans and the lone European in the hunt...Pierre Karsmakers. What went down on that hot, humid September day in 1975 next to the levees of New Orleans, was one of the most important moments in motocross history.The film was never released, but 30 years later the producers of the TV series The Motocross Files found Bush and transferred his only 35mm print of the film to HD. They have restored the film as well as produced a new 47minute Behind The Battle - The Making of One Chance To Win with interviews they conducted while shooting The Motocross Files. Both pieces will be screened November 3rd at the premier.The One Chance To Win DVD is sponsored by Motocross Action Magazine, Racer X Illustrated, Cycle News, Yamaha, Motion Pro, ASV Inventions, Answer, Pro Taper, MSR, Metro Racing, Lucas Oil, Dunlop Tires, Troy Lee Designs, Weekend Warrior, Vintage Iron, Leatt Brace, Wings for Life and Hannah Racing Products and the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA).The One Chance To Win DVD is produced by Pipeline Digital Media, LLC (PDM) a full-service television, video and commercial production company offering complete video and film production services for all applications. PDM's television work has been produced for Speed, ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports Net, Fuel TV and OLN.