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Not even Hell's Angels' wild women in hot leather could save this from burning rubber on the road! EASY WHEELS stands out okay as a satire of biker / exploitation movies, and not as stupid or sleazy as you'd expect from the late 60s. Still, I'm not gonna get all hyped up about smutty women who prove their sense of superiority over the male crowd, nor the tough men wanting sexual desires over the women. The movie seems told on two different points of view here, making this very incoherent. Are the producers really too afraid to make a true feminist biker flick? It worked well for SHE-DEVILS ON WHEELS, only on a sleaze state of mind. Biker movies, on the other hand, have seen their day, and although this appeared to have revived the genre a while back, it stales on anything new and original. Not bad, but this wasn't my can of beer. Look for Ben Stein as a church minister.
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