Go Grandriders

The blockbuster documentary in Taiwan and Hong Kong "Go Grandriders" is coming to the US. Ten of the original 17 Grandriders are riding with US volunteer motorcyclist to embark on a 4-days-3-nights "Miracle Tour" from San Francisco to Los Angeles along the beautiful coastal highway. Follow their route and get all the related movie and event information here.
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It all started in 2006… when a group of 17 grandriders, organized by Hongdao foundation, averagely at 81 years old, decided to take on the challenge of riding motorcycle around the island of Taiwan in 13 days. 

This documentary “Go Grandriders" and their Bulao (means forever young) spirit captured in the film become the main force behind the "Bulao"movement in Taiwan. It changes people’s perspectives about th elders. People start looking at the elderly in the society differently: Realizing that other than older and moving slower, the elders are also a group of people who have dreams and are willing to take on challenges as long as they are given the opportunities and help to pursue!

Since then, Hongdao has been helping numerous elder people to fulfill their dreams and pursue their lifetime dreams in their 60s, 70s, 80s or even 90s. Not only the Bulao riders (Grandriders) annual round-the-island tradition is now in its 4th year, there are also Bulao Baseball league, Bulao Soldiers. And the Bulao Bikini that put 2000 elders dancing and smiling in the sun and breeze on the beautiful Kenting beaches. Also the Bulao Broadway Show which brought hundreds of elders from all over Taiwan to perform on stage singing and dancing like Broadway stars. Many of them were first time performers!

All these activities begin with just a simple wish. It evolves to a movement that makes the elders more active, engaged, happy and healthy! 

It also gets more people involved and change their perspectives about elders, especially the younger generation. They get a lot of positive rewards through participating and volunteering.

From November 17 to 28, at the newly renovated Taipei Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, Warehouse #5, at the exhibition called Dreams Never Get Old (不老夢想展), you would be able to see the great collections of images and photos from all the Bulao activities. 

Dreams Never Get Old Photo/Images Show in Taipei

Nov 17 - 28, 2013 (FREE ADMISSION)

10:00AM to 6:00 PM Daily (Weekend to 7:00PM)

Taipei Songshan Cultural and Creative Park

Warehouse  #5

  • AddressNo. 133, Guāngfù South Rd, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
    Click here to see more info in Chinese

New York, New York, Here We Come!

Go Grandriders Open Friday October 25-31, 2013 at QUAD CINEMA

Showtimes Daily 1:05, 4:40 & 8:40PM

Voted best documentary by the audience at this year’s Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) in New York, and winner of the Balinale International Film Festival, Go Grandriders is coming to the Big Apple for its official theatrical release in the East Coast. This is also to fulfill the requirement for the film’s oscar quest. This would be the first documentary from Taiwan that has ever made it to the Oscar qualification by completing theatrical releases.

We would not have come this far without your support! Please invite your friends in New York area to come out and watch it! Spread the words for us! Help make Go Grandriders’ New York screening a big success!


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Phone: 212-255-8800

E-mail: quadcinema@aol.com

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The review on Film Journal.com.

"The highest-grossing documentary in its native Taiwan, this account of a team of spirited seniors moves the heart, but the mind demands more."

The review on Silicon Valley Metro on August 14, 2013