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I have nothing good to say about this dated biker-flick. It has no entertainment value what so ever, being one of the most ugly shot, slowmoving and boring film I have ever sat through. If I were a more mentally well-balanced person I would probably have turned Outlaw Riders off after ten minutes, but I just HAD to see if anything even remotely interesting or surprising would happen. It didn't. It's just the same biker clishés all over again, but never done so incompetent and boring.
The only actor that somebody possibly could recognize is Bambi Allen, who acted in some Al Adamson-misses. At least they were fun.
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