Directed by Terry Sanders


A coming-of-age California motorcycle road trip set in the 60’s, combining elements of “Romeo & Juliet” and “The Odyssey”.

Filmed in 2014 in California. We were contacted about this film while still in the UK on Avengers 2. After reading the script, it was definitely a project that Justin Kell wanted to be involved in. The story called for a period correct Triumph. Director terry Sanders love the photograph of Bob Dylan on a ’64 500, so we wanted to stay in that color palette. The budget constraints of the film made it impossible to finance a long term rental, so we located an original owner ’66 TR6 and purchased it to use in the film. We painted the bike to the red and silver and then went through the bike to make it a reliable runner for lots of road use. Justin was enlisted to direct the 2nd Unit as well as coordinate the stunts. The stunt sequences included precision driving, fights motorcycle riding and a small bike lay down. This film was a labor of love for all involved. It really shows that people who love films can come together and help a director make his vision come true. Terry Sanders is an Academy Award winning documentary director, but had written this script in the 1960’s. We were proud to help his vision make it to the screen after all of those years. With Glory Motorworks good fortune in the film industry, it was satisfying to be able to contribute our knowledge to this kind of project that is more about art than commerce.