Description After purchase you will be sent an email with a link to stream and download your movie. The Greasy Hands Preachers in HD "Absolutely brilliant film guys. Beautifully shot and could not capture the essence more perfectly Now when people question why I ride and build and tinker I can just point them to this film." ~Mat Anderson This film explores the revival of manual work through the passion of motorcycle enthusiasts who have found their way to a happy life. A biker crossing a beautiful landscape is an image that, for most, conveys the idea of freedom. However, the mechanic who builds and repairs this bike remains perceived as proletarian with dirty hands, a man who is, without a doubt, dominated in the economies of knowledge. How did this generalized devaluation of manual labor create the image of a man in his garage as a prisoner of his own intellectual and financial misery? We can often recall hearing this saying at school: “if you don’t work you’ll end up a mechanic”. However, recently, the media has taken a liking to this new wave of handymen who seem to have deliberately chosen their track: from vintage motorcycle customizers to bakers, the fact that they are good with their hands hasn’t been a cause for lack of respect. It’s actually quite the opposite. Amongst these bikers/craftsmen are those who walk the path to becoming a sensei. They seek perfection in their art without any financial rationality. Their lives are dedicated to this priesthood of seeking perfetion; and of going against most things by achieving a certain generosity in their work. Others are, above all, interested in traveling on the machines they’ve created, giving a soul to their motorcycles by redesigning them to fit their own images. But all of them, as craftsmen, gain an honest satisfaction from both the actual physical and practical side and the marvel of the person for whom the machine is meant to be for. Shinya Kimura / Chabott Engineering Shinya Kimura was born in Tokyo in 1962. He founded Zero Engineering in 1992 and Chabott Engineering in 2002. He is the originator of the «zero style» custom bike that quickly gains a strong reputation, selling bike to big name such as Brad Pitt. His bikes are unique. They are a combination of Japanese aesthetic Wabi Sabi, an austere refinement, with the minimalistic incorporation of raw materials. What strikes the most beyond the originality of his creations is the sense harmony that one can feel looking at its designs. Shinya is true perfectionist. Totally dedicated to his work, he reminds us the figure of the Sensei, master in his craft. David Borras / El Solitario Who is el Solitario? So reads the gas tank of “La Sal del Diablo”, a 1969 Triumph T120R Bonneville designed by David. Davidis el Solitario. Born in Spain, he lives and build motorcycles in his farm lost somewhere in Galicia. Davidapproach is unique. Highly inspired and creative, his work reflects a genuine desire of exploring the realm of possibilities. Fred Jourden & Hugo Jezegabel / Blitz Motorcycles Blitz Motorcycles is a Paris-based custom garage founded by Fred Jourden and Hugo Jezegabel in 2010. Fred, ex online marketing director, and Hugo, ex landscape gardener, decided to quit everything and follow their passion. Together, they conceive, customize and hand finish motorcycles to create unique, one-of-a-kind machines. Their love of old timers is no secret, so every project they undertake honours a legend while telling it’s own story. Julian Heppekausen /Deus Ex Machina Deus was founded in Australia in 2004. Since they have open custom shops in Sydney, Bali, Milan and Venice Beach. In Syndey, it’s called “The House of Simple Pleasure”, in Bali “The Temple of Enthusiasm”, and ‘‘The Emporium of Post Modern Activities’’ in Venice Beach. And it’s pretty obvious that happiness seems to be what drives their work. Deus makes motorcycles and surfboards. There is a strong connection between the two. Forthem, there is nothing as good as motorcycle road trip with a bunch of friends, surfboards rigged on the bikes looking out for the perfect wave. Roland Sands / Roland Sands Design Roland Sands is professional rider. Born in California in 1972, he rode his first motorcycle on his 5th birthday and broke a bone. 19 years after he became the 1998 AMA 250GP National Champion Road Racer. In 2005 he founded Roland Sands Designs in Long Beach California. His bikes are a mixture of sports bikes and chopper. Roland works with major motorcycle manufacturers to design concept and prototype motorcycles and promote benchmark product in the motorcycle industry and beyond. He surfs in the morning and builds and rides motorcycles in the afternoon. Shannon Sweeney / SS Motorcycles Shannon Sweeney is a real motorcycle enthusiastic. He can be considered as geek of motorcycles. He has always been working on motorcycles as a passion and he just opened a shop in a small garage in Venice, SS Motorcycles, where he can practice his mechanic skills. Runtime: 87 mins FORMAT: 1080p HD H.264 MP4 *Plays on Mac, PC, Cell Phone, or Tablet Now with English subtitles! To those who might wish to share or "torrent" these shows for free: Please remember, we are not some huge company. We are a just two guys making movies that we hope you will love. Every time you buy a video you are supporting us and the independent filmmakers who created all the films on this site. We hope this works and we trust you not to share the film with all your friends for free. It's priced at a fair level, so please ask you buddy to buy it instead of copying it! Your support keep us going, and we couldn't do it without you. We can't stop you from copying or torrenting; all we can do is politely ask you to enjoy the show, and let other people find it in the same way. Thanks! 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