"A sweet, slight documentary chronicling the two-week, 730-mile journey by scooter a handful of adventure-seeking seniors take around the perimeter of Taiwan."
- LA Times
"...enjoyable, especially if celebrating something as worthwhile as these elders, their long lives and their continued gutsiness so late in the game."
- New York Times
"Lighthearted, sweet and refreshing. Prepare to feel exhilarated and uplifted."
- NYC Movie Guru
Director: Tian-Hao Hua
Runtime: 60 minutes
Subtitles: English, Taiwanese
Public Performance Rights Licensing: Starting at $250
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GENRE: Documentary, Death & Dying
Would you still dare to dream when you’re 80 years old?
On average, they are 81 years old but possess dreams only 18-year-olds would have. They would tell you, through life-long experience, “Miracles do happen as long as you continue to dream!”
In Go Grandriders, a group of 17 senior citizens, many of them learn how to ride a motorcycle for the first time, embark on what may be the most daring adventures of their lives: a 13-day-entirely-on-motorcycle tour around the island of Taiwan. Among these 17 Grandriders, two have had cancer, four need hearing aids, five suffer from high blood pressure, eight have coronary disease, and every one of them has symptoms of joint degeneration. However, at the youthful age of 80 plus, they dare to ride on scooters and feel the land they have lived all their lives.