It's priced at a fair level, so please ask you buddy to buy it instead of copying it! Live performances and recordings that let you show off everything you've learned. We are a just two guys making movies that we hope you will love. A greased up chopper fanatic who lives for British Iron, Meatball puts his motor smarts to good use by transforming an old 650 Triumph Bonneville into a mean road racer that's just barely street legal. Not pretty but very reliable. Download the second award-winning movie from One World Studios.
Do you use them for commuting, or taking trips? A single motorcycle in the distance races toward the camera along a lonely, undulating two-lane road somewhere in the desert. What was the single most compelling reason you chose to chronicle this person's life? Every issue delivers exciting and evocative articles and photographs of the most brilliant, unusual and popular motorcycles ever made! Zack: I actually learned to ride about five years ago. Our approach to music lessons puts the focus on social engagement, being creative, and building confidence. Brittown is a ride you won't soon forget. Adult themes, strong language, scantily-clad girls. As a master mechanic, vintage Britbike connoisseur and motorcycle racer, Meatball splits his time between family, his shop and his rock band Smiling Face Down. Featuring an insider's view of the SoCal Britbike culture including vintage motocross, dirt track, road racing, custom street bikes, and even a wild vintage lingerie beauty contest! While we were shooting Sinners member Dustin working on his Triumph, he was explaining to us how he just picked his new carburetors up from this guy named Meatball.
We like the stories and the characters to unfold at a natural pace; this can happen right away or it can take time. We can't stop you from copying or torrenting; all we can do is politely ask you to enjoy the show, and let other people find it in the same way. Now, I'm not really into the whole Rockabilly thing, but that Meatball is one good singer. Brittown is a ride you won't soon forget. The second award-winning motorcycle movie from the directors of infamous biker documentary Choppertown. Featuring an insider's view of the SoCal Britbike culture including vintage motocross, dirt track, road racing, custom street bikes, and even a wild vintage lingerie beauty contest! The people in the film are like the classic bikes central to the scene: genuine. If you enjoyed Choppertown, like old bikes or dig the hardcore vintage scene, then you're gonna like Brittown and Meatball.
Was there one aspect of making the film that you found particularly difficult, i. This film is not rated: Adult themes, strong language, scantily-clad girls. Meatball loves to ride and race his collection of crusty machines. Earl is like the Van Gogh of British bobbers. If you're not exactly a gearhead you may not be so engrossed during the many scenes chronicling the bike rebuild, but just about the time your mind starts to wander, the film cuts to another part of Meatball's life, like singing in his band Smiling Face Down. We hope this works and we trust you not to share the film with all your friends for free.
Even though we both enjoy riding we wish had a little more free time to do it. These guys don't polish the tank once a month and burble to the local shop on Saturday to gush about all their two-wheeled know-how. Music is meant to be shared. We publish regular features on custom motorcycle builds, riding gear reviews, how to guides and event coverage from around the globe. This film is not rated: Adult themes, strong language, scantily-clad girls. The basic premise of the film is simple: Follow Meatball, an apparently self-taught vintage bike mechanic, as he restores the engine on his 1971 Triumph Bonneville, a bike he hopes will peg the speedo at 157mph. The video game instructions and box are included.
So does Meatball ever hit his magic mark? The cover art and liner notes are included. We're proud of what our students create, and they are too! The main theme behind the film is the build of Meatballs Triumph 650 which he builds out of his backyard workshop with the help of his loveable and highly skilled mates. I have a '69 bobber style Triumph and a '71 café style Triumph, and both are under construction. The second award-winning motorcycle movie from the directors of infamous biker documentary Choppertown. Interspersed throughout the various stages of rebuild where Meatball gives us a detailed description of what he's doing to breathe life into the old Twin are glimpses of what he does with the rest of his life when not wrenching. Oddly enough, we never find out. Afterwards Zack and I asked Dustin who this guy Meatball was.
By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies. Can you guess what that might be? And many of the other bands given screen time at one of the many hangouts featured are good too. This latest film from the makers of the critically-acclaimed Choppertown: The Sinners may be titled to lead you to believe it's about Brit bikes, but the reality is the movie chronicles the life of one guy who truly lives old British bikes. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. They ride these ancient beasts, and they ride 'em hard. Full speed riding is kind of a trademark of ours, we like to capture scenes that are real even if we have to take a few risks.
After purchase you will be emailed a link to download the file onto your device. What, if any, future projects does One World have that may be related to motorcycling, or any motorsport for that matter? Scott: Motorcycles have always been a hobby of mine. Other than a few bruises and the difficult task of communicating with Zack through the wind, it all pays off in the end. Why has One World chosen two, somewhat similar premises for movies about certain aspects of motorcycling culture? We wanted to make a film about that kind of excitement, about the regular Joe building a bike in his back yard or in his humble shop. For my money few in motorcycledom truly live a culture of bikes like the devotees of vintage British iron.
Guess word travels fast in this corner of motorcycling. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. This film is not rated. If you figured there was an old bike in there somewhere, you were right on the nose.