Outcast M.C. was forged from the social revolution of the Sixties, emerging from an era that gave birth to the Vietnam war, the Civil Rights movement, the Black Panther party, and the Sexual Revolution. During this tumultuous decade people all across America were grasping for identity and the freedom to express it. At the time, biker life was a predominantly all white counter-culture to the Peace and Love movement, but the ideals of freedom, non-conformity and loyalty weren’t exclusive to whites only and neither were the love of motorcycles and the freedom of the open road.
Detroit, Michigan (1969) the founding members of Outcast started what is today a strong brotherhood of active members and clubs in 30 states nationwide. Over forty years after its inception, Outcast bikers are still proud to be in the 1% of people who live by the code of outlaw. They wear all black, ride black Harleys, and live by their own rules. They call their women property and their jackets colors. They fly their flag like a badge of honor and don’t take shit from no one! To them Outcast is more than a name; it’s a way of life.
This documentary will be a backseat ride into the world of these self-proclaimed outlaw bikers, the close brotherhood and the wild lifestyle of an Outcast member. We will explore the history of the club and its customs. We will meet some of the club’s original members, and some of the new blood being indoctrinated. We will capture the essence of Biker life and ask the questions that come across people’s minds when they hear the loud roar of the Harley Motorcycles and see these unruly characters dressed in all black. Who are they and what do they stand for?
Get ready for a gritty piece of Americana; the smell of worn leather, lots of shit talking, Jack Daniels drinking, women chasing, tattoed badassess from a throwback era of tough guys. The sights and sounds are reminicent of an out of print 70’s movie mixed with wild women, Rock and Soul music, roaring motorcycles and plenty of middle finger attitude…
This is Outcast Forever.