“The Walking Dead” Star Norman Reeds Scores Biker Reality Show On AMC

2reedusTo “The Walking Dead” fans. Norman Reedus will host a new reality series that explores motorcycle culture in various American cities. Reedus, who plays the hunky but volatile Daryl Dixon on the zombie-themed drama, will travel the country on his bike and interview collectors, mechanics and motorcycle craftsmen. He will also make rest stops at biker bars and tattoo parlors.

Norman Reedus owns several motorcycles including a custom-made Triumph Scrambler that he rides to set while filming “Walking Dead” in Georgia. In the six hour-long episodes, he’ll be joined by fellow actors and musicians. “I’m able to decompress on a motorcycle. On a motorcycle, it’s a different kind of a vibe than anywhere else: You are wide open and it’s a feeling of freedom and isolation all at the same time.” said Reeds.

12 Responses to ““The Walking Dead” Star Norman Reeds Scores Biker Reality Show On AMC”

  1. 1 Rodent Oct 30th, 2015 at 8:11 am

    How about an in depth investigation into the Waco disaster?

  2. 2 Blackmax Oct 30th, 2015 at 3:27 pm

    With Rodent on this one !!
    Is this dude going to tell us something
    that we don’t already know ???
    Doubt it !!!

  3. 3 DinSoCal Oct 30th, 2015 at 6:06 pm

    I welcome new shows on motorcycles & motorcycle culture and wish them all the best. Theres plenty of material out there to be mined yet all we get are stuff with the Teutuls or distorted portrayals of outlaw clubs.

    Id enjoy shows about some of the more fun stuff out there, like the Born Free event, or one of the more entertaining, creative runs out there like El Diablo Run, Distinguished Gentlemen Run, or one of the overnight camping runs, etc.

  4. 4 Steve Carr Oct 30th, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    Maybe they can visit our little location in Samson, Alabama. Our Building was once a Plymouth Dealer in the 1930’s…..

    Steve Carr

  5. 5 Dave Blevins Oct 30th, 2015 at 9:39 pm

    @ Blackmax,
    Perhaps he is not trying to tell “us” what we already know… but tell those who don’t know yet.
    I’m not stirring poo, and this is not my kind of TV either, but maybe it isn’t supposed to be.

  6. 6 Heavy Metal Oct 31st, 2015 at 8:41 am

    Anything motorcycle without fake drama would be OK but all these shows usually end up being pretty stupid.

  7. 7 MDSPHOTO Nov 1st, 2015 at 8:57 am

    This appears to be a new trend with the cable networks taking one of the stars of their tv shows and spinning them off into a bike or other type of “On the Road Show.” Hope this one is better than celebrity chef Alton Brown and his BMW bagger riding to back road greasy spoon diners. Who woulda thought that one would have only lasted a few episodes.

  8. 8 Jay Horton's Private Shop Nov 2nd, 2015 at 9:36 am

    “Everybody makes fun of the Redneck until the Zombie Apocalypse” -I hope they do well with the show. Maybe it will inspire some with overly-developed thumbs to get off their ass and take a ride.

    Best, Later Jay

  9. 9 Blackmax Nov 2nd, 2015 at 6:38 pm

    Thanks Mr Blevins …
    That is another way to look at it
    Anything that gets more people on cycles is a good thing
    Just don;t know if a actor playing a zombie killer is the way to do it ???

  10. 10 Mrs. Behaves Nov 2nd, 2015 at 6:51 pm

    Norman Reedus using his celebrity to endorse motorcycles. I am all for it.

  11. 11 Spritz De Coochy Nov 9th, 2015 at 12:59 pm

    Check out:” A Great Escape” on Facebook and I.G. They’ve been trying to get traction with this very same idea for a couple of years now. Cyril didn’t want to post anything about it when it was trying to get some exposure… maybe because there weren’t any zombies?………..

  12. 12 1SMF Nov 9th, 2015 at 7:25 pm

    I own a dealership and I think if you are looking for a show that is going to thrill the guy or gal that eats, sleeps and sheets motorcycles you are going to distance yourself from the general population. It is kind of like some people still ask me “Who makes Triumph?” or ask me if a Motorcycle Guzzi is some sort of Chinese knockoff.
    Good luck Norman trying to play to both sides of the fence.

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