The AsphaltJunkiez are back! This time around terrorizing the busy streets of Vancouver. Join us on this adventure as we travel down south to sunny Los Angeles and Sin City, where we catch up with Apex, Kande and many ofther riders. Find out what it really takes to survive the game. Just as Throttle Trauma broke stereotypes in the stunt community, Street Kings will split wigs in the bike industry and beyond.Written by
Throttle Trauma 2: Street Kings won an XTREMEY award in 2009 for Best Sportbike Freestyle Film and also took another award for Best Sportbike Rider in Freestyle film, that went to Nick Apex. There was a mix-up at the award ceremony and Nick Apex received the Best Film award by mistake. See more »
I've watched this half a dozen times and it still gets my heart pounding.
This film was my introduction to stunt riding. It suffices to say that after watching this I was both eager and too scared to get on a bike. I'm just going to continue to watch films about these crazy people.
The footage in here is well shot. The soundtrack is great. The interviews are hilarious. The film maker's abilities with the camera and the editing bay really shine.
Hands down, this is one of the best independent documentaries I've had the privilege of watching. I've shown it to friends that have varying levels of interest in bikes, and it kept all of them glued.
Be sure to check out TT3 as well. It continues to deliver more action and more insight into this extreme sub culture.
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