Two Wheel Terrors DVD review

December 11th, 2008 Jesper Bram 8 Comments » | View blog reactions

Two Wheel Terrors is a new DVD by the people behind Hot Rod Havoc, and distributed by the good people of Choppertown. If you where ever into skateboarding, you’ve probably seen your fair share of skater magazine movies. Two Wheel Terrors follow the same recipe, but instead of skaters pulling off sick stunts, we see guys riding motorcycles. Of course there’s some sick stunts here and there but the motorcycles is what it’s all about, and there’s plenty of bitchin bikes being put to good use, like it should be.

It’s really not a documentary type of thing like Choppertown – The Sinners. But if you’re into the less mainstream scene of what you might call “old school” motorcycles, this DVD is a must for inspiration. Old School has become a big thing with the mainstream bike builders within the last couple of years. But the guys who rule in Two Wheel Terrors are among the ones who started it all. Guys like Kutty Noteboom and Max Schaaf who continues to push their individual building style to uncharted territories mixing old and new as they please.

A perfect gift for a motorcycle nutter you like. Go get it

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8 Responses to “Two Wheel Terrors DVD review”

  1. Manny from Oakland  December 13th

    “But the guys who rule in Two Wheel Terrors are among the ones who started it all. Guys like Kutty Noteboom and Max Schaaf” Are you for real? These guys did not start anything. Bikes like that were being built before those guys were born. I don’t think either one of them would claim they started that. And would probaly be pissed hearing that you wrote that.P.S. That movie is only 30 mins long.

  2. Jesper  December 13th

    Yea, I’m aware that they didn’t invent the motorcycle.

    What I mean is that these are the guys who the “big boys” are now copying or inspired by if you want. They where amongst the ones who started to build bikes inspired by the bikes from the 60’s-70’s and earlier.

    The bikes that one might refer to as “old school” bikes. Which is now a very popular style all over the world, and the “old school” term is starting to spread a little thin.

    I’ve only spoken with Kutty a few times, but he doesn’t strike me as a guy who gets easily pissed. Especially not about what some moron wrote on a web page.

    Not trying to give credit where credit is not due. But you have to recognize that ideas start somewhere, and it is my opinion that these guys where not last in line when the “old school” trend started.

    As to the length of the movie. Yes it’s not long, but like I said, it’s more of a skater magazine type of thing than it’s an actual documentary.

    Quite a few of these guys used to be skaters, so that’s not so strange. And I’m sorry if I have imposed that people are skaters, who are not, or if they in any way invented the skateboard.

    Anyway Manny, thank you for sharing your opinion. I hope I have clarified my point of view. Luckily we’re each entitled to our own. But everyone who speaks their mind have my respect.

  3. Pan Chopper Man  December 19th

    Well stated Jesper.

    Some boys just think they have to correct everyone in town.

    So how have ya been old buddy? Hey check out my site… I’m working for Lufthansa now, on a Lockheed Constellation restoration project. It’s not a motorcycle, but it does have four double-bank radial engines.

    p.s. I don’t think you’re a moron, keep the great posts coming.

  4. Jesper  December 19th

    Hey Pan man, nice to hear from you. You know my mom doesn’t allow me to visit your site. 😉

    Looks like an interesting project you got going.

  5. Trent  December 26th

    Merry Christmas!

  6. Oliver  January 2nd

    Very nice review here 🙂 I’ve heard quite a bit about this DVD, but I think I may have to buy it now!

    Thanks a lot.

  7. Performance Bike  January 28th

    Hi Jesper,
    Nice Review.I ll surely see it.But now a days we can find many DVDs which shows such kinds of motorcycles stunts.

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