He is also the guy (In Hells Angels on Wheels) on the red Sportster flattracking one handed about an inch off of a car, while trying to grope the girl in the car. I looked online for pix of the bikes he built, or brochures of the motorcycle products, and all I got back was info about his stunt work.
Awesome Baron. I haven't seen it for a while but I am thinking that it may have been a KR, it didn't have a headlight. There are some great looking bikes in "The Wild Angels" in particular a blue Harley with white seats, grips, etc, and Z-bars. I think the bike that Mr.Fonda rides in that movie is way cooler than Captain America. Your bike "The Delinquent" looks like a period piece to me, like you went back in a time machine.
Gotta love the ABA. The local track i ABA and is locked down unless it is a scheduled practice and you are an ABA member. Right next to it the Velodrome is open all the time - ride at your own risk and please wear a helmet. One of the higher-ups at the ABA is Bill Curtin, the founder of vintagebmx.com.
My mind is a little foggy, I ain't seen that movie in at least 5 years. Still there are great bikes and great riding in all those flicks. You think today's average biker would even think about riding like that or riding down a dirt road?