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Why we ride - the movieThe movie, Why We Ride, is being talked about amongst motorcyclists all over the country as being the next great moto-flick, arguably on the same level as On Any Sundayand Faster. But if you haven’t seen it yet, it has just been announced that the film is now available for worldwide download.

For the first time, fans the world over will be able to share in the documentary that has brought the motorcycle community together in a celebration of what it means to be a rider. Why We Ride will be available across all of iTunes’ and Amazon’s  stores worldwide.

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"Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter has been on a Twitter tirade against the new biker show "The Devil's Ride," calling the new show a rip-off of "Sons of Anarchy." According to PWS on Feb. 15, Jason Hervey defended his reality show by claiming it "couldn't be further from the truth."

"Sons of Anarchy" is a one-hour drama television series that focuses on a motorcycle gang who is also associated with organized crime. It is based loosely on Shakespearean drama, specifically the story of "Hamlet." READ ON

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Good looks and motorcycle skills must run in the family [A&F/FACEBOOK]STEVE MCQUEEN'S grandson looks dashing in the latest advertising campaign of American sartorial brand Abercrombie and Fitch. It looks like talents on a motorcycle, being achingly cool and devastating good looks must run in the McQueen family.
Namesake and grandson of Hollywood legend Steve McQueen seems genetically destined to make heterosexual females go weak at the knees.

Star of The Vampire Diaries, Steven R McQueen has been unveiled as the leading hunk in Abercrombie and Fitch's new advertising campaign, with involves him riding a motorbike shirtless in their stylish jeans.

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CHRISTIAN Bale is giving up racing motorcycles to keep his wife happy.

The actor, 39, relaxes by letting off steam on the racetrack. But after the tragic death of Fast & Furious star Paul Walker, Bale’s wife of 13 years, Sibi, demanded that he quit.  READ ON