Brittown Documentary Just Released

I already introduced you to Scott Di Lalla and Zach Coffman, the directors of the award-winning custom motorcycle documentary Choppertown. And I hope you saw this movie featuring the Sinners Club members building and riding their bikes.. Their new movie called Brittown is an insider’s view of the SoCal Britt bikes culture. It includes rebuilding an old 650 Triumph Bonneville motor into a blazing road-ready screamer, vintage motocross, dirt track, road racing, custom street bikes, and even a wild vintage lingerie beauty contest! It features "Meatball" from the "Hell On Wheels" bike shop in Anaheim, CA.  As a master mechanic, vintage Britt bike connoisseur and motorcycle racer, Meatball splits his time between family, his shop and his rock band called "Smiling Face". The directors follow “Meatball” for several months as he runs his old BSA in vintage motocross races, hits the desert with the "No Gooders" bike club, flies down the Willow Springs Straights on his Norstar, etc…A movie at the same time very SoCal and Brittish about our Greazy Culture. The just released DVD is for sale in mail order by going to the Choppertown Store.  

3 Responses to “Brittown Documentary Just Released”

  1. 1 Greg Mar 29th, 2008 at 8:03 pm

    I got Choppetown and I liked it very much. I guess I need to buy this one. BSA? Yeah

  2. 2 Nicker Mar 31st, 2008 at 1:27 am

    “…SoCal Britt bikes culture…”

    Sounds interesting.

    If they’ll take a check, i’ll go for it.


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