So you’re a motorcycle fan and holidays are approaching and so you'll need ta list of the Best Motorcycle Movies to watch. Following is the list of our 6 best motorcycle movies you should watch. Some of them are very famous and other might be old that you may have never seen or even heard of. But all of them are worth watching which makes them best motorcycle movies of all time.
Easy Rider (1969) - is an American road movie that recounts the account of two bikers (played by Fonda and Hopper) who go through the American Southwest and South. Wyatt (Peter Fonda) and Billy (Dennis Hopper), two Harley-riding hippies, complete a drug deal in Southern California and decide to travel cross-country in search of spiritual truth. On their journey, they experience bigotry and hatred from the inhabitants of small-town America and also meet with other travellers seeking alternative lifestyles. After a terrifying drug experience in New Orleans, the two travellers wonder if they will ever find a way to live peacefully in America.
Beyond the Law (1992) - is a 1992 film by Larry Ferguson. Dan Saxon is an undercover cop who infiltrates a biker gang to nail the scum behind a drug-smuggling operation. In order to maintain the trust of the gang's leader, he must commit ever more dangerous and heinous crimes. Just how far 'beyond the law' will Saxon go?
Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991) - In this action movie, tough biker Harley Davidson (Mickey Rourke) teams up with his cowboy-hat-wearing buddy known as the Marlboro Man (Don Johnson) to help save the bar of a mutual friend. Enacting a plan to rob an armoured bank vehicle, the two are surprised to find that they've heisted a massive shipment of a new drug. Soon the corrupt bank head, Chance Wilder (Tom Sizemore), sends trained killers to take out Harley and Marlboro, with the duo fighting for their lives.
The Wild One (1953) - Johnny (Marlon Brando) and his motorcycle gang roll into Carbonville for a biker competition and raise enough hell to get kicked out of town. They repair to nearby Wrightsville and continue their reign of terror. The local sheriff (Robert Keith) is helpless to stop them, but when a rival gang arrives, he manages to arrest their leader, Chino (Lee Marvin). Meanwhile, Johnny finds himself attracted to the sheriff's daughter, Kathie (Mary Murphy), and decides to stick around.
Hell Ride (2008) - is an American activity/neo-bandit biker film composed and coordinated by Larry Bishop and featuring Bishop, Michael Madsen, Dennis Hopper, Eric Balfour, Vinnie Jones, Leonor Varela and David Carradine. It was discharged under the "Quentin Tarantino Presents" standard. The film is a respect to the first fugitive biker movies of the 1960s and '70s. Two rival bikers gangs, the Victors and the Six-Six-Six's, refuel their decades-old rivalry.
Hells Angels On Wheels (1967) - A gas-station attendant (Jack Nicholson) joins a motorcycle gang and moves in on the leader's (Adam Roarke) girlfriend (Sabrina Scharf). The film recounts the tale of a corner store specialist with a terrible state of mind who discovers life all the more energizing after he is permitted to hang out with a section of the Hells Angels outlaw cruiser club. The Angels first observe "Writer" (Jack Nicholson) after one of them incidentally harms his cruiser and breaks its fog light. Artist, with significantly a greater number of guts than brains, challenges the Angel that hit his cruiser. This is a demonstration that would generally bring about each Angel present taking an interest in a gathering beating of the aggressor. "At the point when a non-Angel hits an Angel, all Angels strike back." But the pioneer of the Angels, Buddy (Adam Roarke), intercedes and tells Poet that the Angels will supplant the front light. Meanwhile, he's invite to ride with them while they do what needs to be done—which ends up being heading off to a bar and whipping the individuals from another club who already beat an Angel.
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