Video documentary of Hong Kong’s retro/vintage motorcycle culture up now

Video documentary of Hong Kong’s retro/vintage motorcycle culture up now. The documentary was created by Michael Rush and is streaming in full below.

“Café Racers of Hong Kong documents a growing social scene of retro and vintage motorcyclists in a city of high rents, vast income disparity and volatile politics. Shot over a span of 4 years, the short film is a celebration of grassroots subculture and retro style, featuring music from the incredible Geneviéve Marentette, legendary post-rockers Joy Wants Eternity and local rockabilly greats, the Boogie Playboys. Ride with the rockers as Hong Kong’s SRBC motorcycle club take you on a tour of their scene and their city.”

Photo credit: Hong Kong SRBC group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/116048560298/

Check out Hong Kong Rockabilly band: The Boogie Playboyshttps://www.facebook.com/b00gieplayb0ys Who also organize an annual Dirty Boogie Rockabilly Fest in Hong Kong: https://www.facebook.com/DirtyBoogieRockabillyFestival/

Café Racers of Hong Kong from Michael Rush on Vimeo.

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