The award-winning biker documentary movie about renowned hot rod and motorcycle club the Sinners. Get the two-hour DVD at: http://www.choppertown.com
This film is not yet rated: Adult themes, strong language, mild violence, light gunplay.
Featuring Kutty Noteboom, James Intveld, Jason Jessee, Rico Fodrey, and Cole Foster. "Quite simply the best documentary ever made about custom bikes." ~ Back Street Heroes Magazine
Choppertown is the world's first motorcycle documentary about the renowned hot rod and motorcycle club, the Sinners. Modern day greasers, the Sinners are all about the old school. None of them is old enough to have experienced the hot rod heydays of the '50s and '60s, but still they live on the edge of society chopping cars and bikes and searching for vintage parts to make their "Rat Rods", "Trumps", "Mercs", and "Bobbers" into rolling works of art.
"Forget the so-called 'reality' chopper shows on TV. This is the real thing." ~Cycle World
"Choppertown is up there with the giants as a potentially life-changing classic." ~American V-twin Magazine
"KICK ASS! An inspirational portrayal of today's true chopper heroes." ~The Horse BackStreet Choppers
"This film captures the true reality of motorcycling." ~Hot Bike
WINNER - Best Documentary (Temecula Valley International Film Festival)
WINNER - Best Documentary (Hollywood DV Festival)
WINNER - Best Music (Park City Film Music Festival)
"As far back as 1998 we had been discussing ideas for a bike film, even before we started One World Studios in 2001. We knew motorcycles were going to come back in. I've always loved them and built my first chopper (a '72 Sporty) Scott DiLalla's 72 Harley Sportsterbefore I could even legally drink.There was just too long of a period since Easy Rider and On Any Sunday. The world was ready for a solid bike film, so Zack and I wrote a script about a fictional group of bikers called "Lords of Gravity" and started shopping it around. Right at that time Biker Boyz and Torque came out and got panned, so suddenly Hollywood developed a knee-jerk aversion to anything dealing with bikes. Our feeling was that a bike film that could express the true spirit of motorcycling would have a real shot at capturing people's hearts and minds. When choppers broke into the spotlight on TV, we knew it was time to buckle down and get moving. I couldn't relate to a $100,000 show bike that never sees over a mile of road. I wanted to make a film about the regular Joe building a bike in his back yard. Built to ride." ~Scott Di Lalla, Director