2013 MFF: The Salt Ghost: The Return of The Nitro Express & I Ride A Triumph
Please arrive early to this screening as brunch will be served and we would like to allow a little time to be seated and take orders. Thank You!
I Ride A Triumph
Filmed, Edited, Directed and Produced by Kadshah Nagibe
Assistants: Avani Nagibe & Lenny Sturner
Starring Andy Shaw
Description: A mini documentary about Andy Shaw and his custom Triumph Thruxton.
The Salt Ghost: The Return of The Nitro Express
From Four Aces Cycle & Lowbrow Customs comes The Salt Ghost: Return of the Nitro Express. Two years in the making, this film covers the exploration of this vintage Triumph motorcycle lakes racer that spent two decades racing at the Bonneville Salt Flats and El Mirage, it's history, builder, and it's return to the dry lakes.
"In the 1960s and 1970s, legions of speed freaks blasted down the drag strips and dry lakes of Southern California on their two-wheeled tickets to thrills. Legions more campaigned machines at the famed Bonneville Salt Flats during the same time. What happened to these motorcycles? The vast majority of them have disappeared into the mists of time, disassembled and used for restoring soulless stockers or simply forgotten in old sheds and barns. Once in awhile one turns up and gets sold to a museum or carefully displayed in some motorcycle shop owner's office. Rarely if ever again do these machines return to their beloved battleground: the Dry Lake or Salt Flat.
The Return of the Nitro Express is the story of one bike that did not get filed away and retired. Thanks to two present day cowboy speed junkies who eschew modern technology and dance with dangerous old motorcycles, the Salt Ghost will be reborn...or will it? Watch as Wes and Tyler bring the Nitro Express back to where it all began, to the dry and hot Bonneville Salt Flats where legends are born in blood, sweat and gears!"
Over The Eight (View)
594 Union Ave (between Richardson St & Frost St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|