Best Motorcycle Movies

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Come on! Admit it! We all have been watching motorcycle movies and pretend to be the rider. All these feelings when you see the air hitting the motorcycle, the new mountain, a deserted beach. Its all part of being a rider! You continuously seek of little inspiration so you can be on the road again! Well, with this post, I am going to try to get you off the room and plan a trip! Just send me hello on the comments if I got it right :P.


The list is going to be updated with your suggestions and recommendations so be sure to be part of this post and help all riders create some awesome adventures! I am also going to try and upload all the trailers of the movies so you can get a taste before you actual watch it.

1. One Week (2008)



ONE WEEK recounts the tale of 20-something Ben Tyler (Joshua Jackson), who escapes from an approaching marriage, a ho-murmur work, and a late analysis trying to live without limitations. His misinformed street stumble on a vintage bike turns into an enterprise of self-disclosure set against the colossal Canadian scene.
Watch the trailer.



Bonus just for you. I found the whole movie on youtube so in case you want to watch it now click it!



2. The Motorcycle Diaries (2004)



The Motorcycle Diaries (Spanish: Diarios de motocicleta) is a 2004 biopic about the adventure and composed journal of the 23-year-old Ernesto Guevara, who quite a long while later turn out to be globally known as the notable Marxist guerrilla authority and progressive Che Guevara. The film relates the 1952 undertaking, at first by cruiser, over South America by Guevara and his companion Alberto Granado. And also being a street motion picture, the film is a transitioning film; as the experience, at first focused on young debauchery, unfurls, Guevara finds himself changed by his perceptions on the life of the ruined indigenous lower class.

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3. Easy Rider (1969)


Easy Rider goes back to 1969, yet don’t go suspecting that doesn’t make it, similar to, 10 times cooler than you are. Easy Rider recounts the tale of two medication confounded bikers (Dennis Ford and Peter Fonda) who go through the States looking for some genuine chillaxing, and some somewhat more loathsome things. Their adventure, as you may expect, gets fairly more confused. Because of its fantastic soundtrack and solid counter-social message (and in addition the street trip topic itself), explorers have run to this film for quite a long time.

Watch the trailer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjlxqANj68U


4. Long Way Round (2004)


This documentary takes after on-screen characters Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman on a bike trip far and wide. The two companions will go through such places as Siberia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and Alaska, before at last completion the voyage in New York.

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5. The World’s Fastest Indian (2005)


The account of New Zealander Burt Munro, who invested years remaking a 1920 Indian bike, which helped him set the area speed world record at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967.

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6. Wild Hogs (2007)


More of a comedy rather that an adventure, but still a good motorcycle movie!
A gathering of rural biker wannabes searching for experience hit the open street, however get more than they expected when they experience a New Mexico posse called the Del Fuegos.

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7. Why We Ride Official Trailer (2011)


A motivating festival of the motorcycling group, Why We Ride is a narrative film that shares the enthusiasm of cruiser riding and demonstrates the fellowship of the loved ones who ride together. As told by the numerous racers, riders, pioneers, and guardians in the game, the story weaves its way through eras of motorcyclists who experience every day minus all potential limitations on their two-wheeled machines. The reviving message about the delights of motorcycling, combined with cutting edge photography, catch the creative ability and get the spirit under way. Created by James Walker with official maker, Walter Zuck, Why We Ride will be accessible in select theaters around the nation beginning this fall.

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So, have you ve seen any of these movies? Did you like them? And do you have any suggestions for the post?
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