My bike's in the movie than I am...does that tell you anything?
Ho-hum 80s made-for-TV biker flick, featuring Gil "Buck Rogers" Gerard as the Narc, a Russ Meyer "Supervixens" star (Raven De La Croix) as the Bay Riders's President's squeeze, and almost 100 actual SF bay area bikers as extras roaring around the now-demolished Embarcadero Freeway (including this reviewer), plus a few local celebrities, AND an incredibly amazing St. Bernard.
Good struggles to vanquish the truly evil, as evil wastes anybody, and even tries to...aw, I don't wanna do a "spioler". Ther's some violence, action & no sex, but Miss De La Croix fills out her, uh, wardrobe nicely, and there's a few faces you'll recognize as being typecast for this movie.
VERY loosely based on real-life incidents...and not much in the way of acting or plot. The locations are nice, the bikes rock (my long-gone black '81 Harley FXEF was the "double" for the bad guy's bike, hence my title for this. You can see me sleeping on it during the graveyard sequence...I was tired that day! What a great way to earn some extra summer dough, eh? If you like cheesy MC flicks, this's for you. It's no "Mask", and not nearly as ironically humorous as those 60s films.
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