It's funny how the Hollywood types, when they make a movie with motorcycles, keep the motorcycle types the same. Rarely do you see them mix motorcycle types.
It's either choppers, or street bikes, or as in this movie, off-road motorcycles. Everyone rides one, no one rides a chopper, street bike, trike nor touring bikes.... not like in real life.
The movie is not at all what you'd expect from the title or the cover. No, it's not a female biker gang from hell. It's actually a decent story, though at times the movie reminded me of the coyote and the road runner ... beep, beep.
The hero of the movie spends more time knocked down on the ground than anything else. The movie has a lot of motorcycle riding, almost all of it off road. Enough to have my heart go bumpy-de-bump. The riding sequences are good, with real riding and racing off-road.
Plot: When Dan wins a motorcycle worth $2,000, he plans to sell the bike for a down payment on a ranch and settle down. After the motorcycle is stolen by Tony, Tampa takes possession of it. Dan is soon after the thugs who took the bike and who are on the way to Mexico. One by one, Dan eliminates the crooks with boulders, fists, and ropes, and he makes grisly and effective use of a pit of rattlesnakes to exact his revenge. His girl Cathy shudders in terror as the men beat themselves into bloody submission in this manic macho motorcycle movie.
Quotes: "You recognize those bikes? They are just like men, all the same".
Verdict: Surprisingly good movie, watchable with good bike riding scenes.
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