LOS ANGELES, CA (Oct. 8th, 2013) – Walking West and Gnarlynow Entertainment are proud to announce the release of their highly anticipated documentary feature, Why We Ride. The film celebrates the passion of riding a motorcycle and explores the camaraderie of the motorcycling community.
Produced and directed by, Bryan H. Carroll, along with producer, James Walker, writer, Chris Hampel, and executive producer, Walter Zuck, Why We Ride will be playing in theaters in New York and LA on Nov. 1st.
“Motorcyclists are out there living each day to the fullest, connecting with their surroundings and with each other in a remarkable way,“ Carroll said. “As a filmmaker, and as a person, I find these stories inspiring.”
With interviews from some of the pioneers of the sport, including Kenny Roberts, Mert Lawwill, Don Emde, Troy Lee, and the late Ed Kretz Jr., the film examines how the motorcycle brings people together and showcases dozens of friends and families who bond through riding.
Filmed with state of the art camera technology in locations all over the country, Why We Ride also presents hundreds of motorcycles in slow-motion racing through the desert, crossing the salt flats, taking to the racetracks, and meeting-up at the rallies from Daytona to Sturgis and beyond.
Why We Ride will be available in many more theaters across the U.S. in the coming months, followed with a home video release. To see the trailer and keep up-to-date on theaters, showtimes, and DVDs, please visit www.whyweridefilm.com.