Beyond the Law is a 1992 TV film written and directed by Larry Ferguson. It tells the story of Dan Saxon (Charlie Sheen), an undercover cop who infiltrates a biker gang to arrest the men behind a drug-smuggling/arms-dealing operation. In order to maintain the trust of the gang’s leader, he must commit ever more dangerous and heinous crimes and must question how far he can go beyond the law. Continue reading →
In a similar vein to that of TT: Closer to the Edge, “On Any Sunday” is an Oscar-nominated documentary by Bruce Brown that looks at why motorcycle racers and enthusiasts risk their lives.
Featuring the legendary Steve McQueen, On Any Day may be more than 40 years old, but this is one fascinating look at motorbiking that’s still relevant. Just don’t blame us if you go out and buy a motocross bike after you watch it! Check it out on IMDB.
Harley-Davidson and Marvel Entertainment, LLC are teaming up for Marvel’s Iron Man 3 “Man & Machine” contest where fans can win a chance to be a part of a comic book created by Marvel. Fans can go online and select a custom Harley-Davidson motorcycle to design. The winners will be drawn into the comic book as a member of the “Road Force” team. Continue reading →
Remember the show about a police officer and former amateur dirt-bike racer named Jesse Mach (Rex Smith) who is secretly chosen to test a top-secret project – an all-terrain attack motorcycle capable of speeds in excess of 300 miles per hour?
Street Hawk is an American television series that aired for 13 episodes on ABC in 1985. The series is a Limekiln and Templar Production in association with Universal Television. Its central characters were created by Paul M. Belous and Robert “Bob” Wolterstorff, and its core format was developed by Bruce Lansbury, who had initially commissioned the program’s creation. Continue reading →
You seen this? Atomic Hot Rods teases you with a free 10 minute peek into their award-winning film “White Knuckle: The Story of The Motorcycle Cannonball”.
Synopsis: Ride along with hot-rod builder and award-winning filmmaker Brian Darwas as he travels coast to coast on the ultimate antique motorcycle endurance run, “The Motorcycle Cannonball”. Continue reading →
Electra Glide in Blue is a 1973 film starring Robert Blake as a motorcycle cop in Arizona and Billy Green Bush as his partner. The name stems from the Harley-Davidson Electra Glide motorcycle issued to traffic cops. The plot is about a short motorcycle cop who gets his wish and is promoted to Homicide following the mysterious murder of a hermit. He is forced to confront his illusions about himself and those around him in order to solve the case, eventually returning to solitude in the desert. Continue reading →
Well, see the trailer and you’d think it’s a flick with a bit of bikes in it. And you’re not wrong. “The Place Beyond The Pines”, rumoured to be out sometime in March or April, stars Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes. Ryan plays the role of a motorcycle stuntman turned bank robber in this upcoming crime drama. Continue reading →
Well, I’ve been thinking about it for a while now. We all love two-wheelers, be it plain-jane cycles, mopeds or hardcore custom choppers, and in whichever manner of propulsion they bring forth, including human power, batteries, regular pump fuel or even the one used to blast rockets into outer space. It’s the freedom and the openness they bring, and we adore it. So what about motorcycling movies then? Continue reading →
New photos have leaked from the set of José Padilha‘s RoboCop remake, and they show that the cyborg police officer (played by 32 year-old Joel Kinnaman) has a new set of wheels as well. While this is not a new fact, the recent photos – snapped on location in Toronto, Canada – afford a better and more detailed look at both man and machine. Looks very cool, but we can’t help thinking if the new flick will be as epic as the 1987 blockbuster. Continue reading →
We think Akira (1988) is right up there at the top, as not just one of the most awesome-st movies ever, but it featured one of the coolest bikes I can remember from my childhood. Sleek looks, laid-back riding style, sliding stops and what not! It’s so popular that numerous enthusiasts have made not just artwork and renderings, but real life-size replicas as well. Check out Masashi Teshima’s epic creation of Kaneda’s ride – he says it took him seven years and an estimated USD 121,000. Continue reading →