If you're the sort that likes getting your hands dirty you will (like I did) love this. Proper old school bikers talking bout what makes them tick and why they do what they do. If you're more of a weekend warrior type who's leathers match your bikes paintwork then it's probably not going to interest you.
This film explores the revival of manual work through the passion of motorcycle enthusiasts who have found their way to a happy life. Shot on Super 16, Greasy Hands Preachers takes viewers all over the world, with stopovers in France, the USA, Scotland, Spain and Indonesia. The cast is a roll call of big name builders: from American-based heavyweights Roland Sands and Shinya Kimura to controversial Europeans El Solitario and Blitz Motorcycles.
A quirky little insight as to why people restore and build bikes from scratch. Almost nothing to do with riding them though, but that’s not what this film’s about.
I'm a biker and this film was the most boring dribble I've ever watched to do with bikes!!!