The 10 Best Biker Series Ever
It’s always a struggle to find something interesting to watch on TV, particularly when there is no racing on! Those who love motorcycles as a whole might also yearn for feature films that depict the love for bikes or the madness surrounding them. Motorbike series take us into a world of motorized brotherhoods and brutal biker gangs, where honor, loyalty and strict rules determine life and action. In the last few decades a number of biker series have been made which were loved by the motorcyclists around the world. Today we are sharing a list of top 10 movies on bikes and bikers which you can enjoy watching during lockdown.
This Ten-part mini series with Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, who travel around the world in 115 days and 30,395 km. McGregor and Boorman used the trip to draw attention to UNICEF. This series is unique, funny, exciting and never boring.
Great American drama series by Kurt Sutter about the fictional motorcycle club Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club Redwood Original (is often abbreviated to SAMCRO in the series or further verballhorn to Sam Crow). The plot of the series is loosely based on Shakespeare’s drama Hamlet.
In this US documentary series, The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus gives free rein to his motorcycle enthusiasm and takes the audience on a wild trip through the world of motorcycles – including famous companions like Peter Fonda or Robert Rodriguez.
This Mini series about the Harley-Davidson founders.
Born to ride – born to ride a motorcycle! The infamous biker motto applies to hardly anyone better than the founding fathers of the legendary motorcycle brand Harley-Davidson. William “Bill” Harley and Arthur Davidson are not satisfied with driving alone: In 1903, school friends founded their own company, the “Harley-Davidson Motor Company”, in a backyard workshop in Milwaukee.
Who would have thought back then that the dream and passion of two 19-year-old boys would become a milestone in motorcycle history that continues to make biker hearts beat faster all over the world? From roaring machines to a feeling of boundless freedom: based on real events, this Discovery series traces the company’s success story with all its ups and downs – and gets to the bottom of the Harley-Davidson myth.
Although this is basically a martial arts series, Into the Badlands is about a powerful and wise warrior. He travels on a motorcycle and always carries a katana with him. His Misson: The Search for Enlightenment.
The story of Into the Badlands is roughly based on the Chinese saga Journey to the West.
In order to launch MTV’s first season of Nitro Circus, Jackass producers – Johnny Knoxville,Trip Taylor and Jeff Tremaine worked closely with Gregg Godfrey, Travis Pastrana, and Jeremy Rawle.
Travis Pastrana, legendary freestyle motocross professional and nine-time X-Games gold medalist who has now built up a small empire, does what was previously considered impossible or at least not advisable.
Whether he jumps out of a plane without a parachute or is the first to do a double backflip with a motorcycle – Pastrana knows no limits. Professional mountain biker and his good friend from childhood Jim DeChamp, Maulheld and ex-motocross pro Andy Bell, motocross racing athlete Jolene Van Vugt, professional skier and base jumper Erik Roner and street biker Tommy, burly construction worker and stunt dummy, accompany him with Stunts packed festival of bad ideas and a good mood.
Spin-off to Sons of Anarchy: Ezekiel “EZ” Reyes has just been released from prison and is a member of the Mayans MC on the California-Mexico border. He has to prove himself anew in a city where he was once the golden boy.
A six-part mini-series based on real events about the Comancheros MC and the Bandidos MC in Australia and the massacre that both committed in Milperra.
A human-like mouse species living on Mars, indulging in motorsport, is wiped out by the Plutarians, an overweight, fish-like species. Only three biker mice can save themselves in a spaceship, but are shot down by the Plutarians above the earth and have to make an emergency landing in Chicago.
There they meet the mechanic Charley and learn that the Plutarki have already arrived on Earth to exploit their natural resources.
Former motorcycle policeman Jesse Mach is forced to do office work after an accident with a knee injury. The FBI man and inventor Norman Tuttle, however, hired Mach for a secret special order: Jesse should test the high-tech motorcycle “Street Hawk” developed by Tuttle. The up to 500 km / h fast miracle vehicle is perfect for the criminal hunt.