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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.

Customer Reviews

The clues in the name..

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jim rocks
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2016-04-25
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.

The Other Side of Riding

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Andy Barlow
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2015-07-31
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.

Boredddddddd

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Lloydyme
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2015-07-08
I'm a biker and this film was the most boring dribble I've ever watched to do with bikes!!!