Bruce Brown and Malcolm Smith Together Again at the 2006 Xtremey AwardsTuesday, April 11, 2006 | 8:51 AM
Legendary Off-Road motorcyclist, co-star of Bruce Brown’s 1972
classic film, On Any Sunday, and the 2002 Impact Video Xtremey Honorary
Achievement Award winner, Mr. Malcolm Smith will be on hand at the 2006
Xtremey awards to present Roger “The Man” DeCoster with his 2006
Xtremey Honorary Achievement Award. This award will be given to Mr.
DeCoster in recognition of his huge contribution to sports
entertainment and because of the influence his work and racing skills
have had in all of the extreme sports industries.
Mr. Bruce Brown, the extraordinary filmmaker who influenced our sport like no other with his now classic film “On Any Sunday” which starred Steve McQueen and Malcolm Smith will also be presenting an award at this very special event. Mr. Brown, the first to receive the Impact Xtremey Honorary Achievement award in 2001, will be presenting the award for Best Full-length Feature Film of the Year, to his own filmmaking son, Dana Brown. Dana will be receiving this award for his soon to be classic off-road film, “Dust to Glory”.
The sport’s greatest film maker and the sport’s greatest off road motocross rider….Bruce Brown and Malcolm Smith together again on one special night. This will surly forever be etched in the annals of motor sport lore along with three little words; On Any Sunday.
Other past Honorary awards winners include Evel Kneival, Mr. Warren Miller and Ivan “Ironman” Stewart.
The 2006 XTREMEY AWARDS will once again take place on May 9th at the Shark Club in Costa Mesa, California, created and presented by Impact Video Distributing. The XTREMEY AWARDS are determined by popular vote. For more information go to www.xtremey.net
Media: If you would like media credentials for this invitation only event or for more information, please contact Docy Andrews at [email protected]
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