Why We Ride. A Documentary Film Playing At Your Local Theater.

whyweride1On October 2, 2013, I published the trailer of “Why We Ride” the new acclaimed documentary about the passion of all riders and the soul of their machines. The filmmakers just announced a creative concept in order to get the movie in the hands of the riders without the normal restrictions of Hollywood. The screening program, starting immediately, allows fans, riders and dealers the opportunity to watch the movie in the local theater of any community in the United States. To set up a screening of Why We Ride at a movie theater near you, contact any of the motorcycle dealerships in your area and ask them to reach out to Mike Shell at mike@whyweridetour.com. Mike will then work directly with your dealer to make the film available for you and your friends and family to immediately enjoy.
whyweride2“This film is about the ‘We’ in Why We Ride, “ said director, Bryan H. Carroll, “and what better way to celebrate that, than to make it available for every community around the country to come together and watch the movie right in their home town.” “We intentionally made this movie outside of the studio system and free from any sponsor commitments, allowing us the opportunity to explore the new and exciting ways an independent film can now be distributed”, said producer, James Walker. For more information and to watch again the theatrical trailer, please visit Why We Ride Film.

3 Responses to “Why We Ride. A Documentary Film Playing At Your Local Theater.”

  1. 1 Rodent Oct 30th, 2013 at 8:19 am

    Wonder why it didn’t sell through the regular film distribution system?

  2. 2 nicker Oct 30th, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    “…why we ride…”

    Simple…. We “Ride” because we can……
    The rest of em “Drive” motorcycles…. because they don’t know how to ride.
    (which drives insurance prices up for everyone)


  3. 3 Mike L. Nov 4th, 2013 at 10:47 am

    This looks great. However, it’s “preaching to the choir.” I’m sure just about everyone who will watch this already rides. If the intention is to explain or introduce riding to non-riders, then it won’t make its goal.

    Still, I’ll bet it’s a great show and I look forward to seeing it (although I already ride, of course).

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