One day while hanging out in a remote location "Don" (Don Borisenko) and the rest of the Black Diamonds motorcycle gang are interrupted when two sports cars drive up to them. When Don asks the apparent leader of the intruders what they're doing there "Andy" (Don Franks) responds in an arrogant and insulting manner. Don is somewhat amused because it is clear that his gang outnumbers the four people in their sports cars and it doesn't take much for the motorcyclists to begin having fun at Andy's expense. Incredulous that he has been mocked Andy drives off in a fit of rage. This prompts the Black Diamonds to pursue and they end up driving both sports cars off the road in a ditch. Once again Andy is furious but his female companion "Susan Grey" (Barbara Bricker) becomes intrigued with Don and decides to visit him at the local motorcycle club's hangout. Unfortunately, her visit isn't a total success when Don's girlfriend "Nancy" (Jean Templeton) begins to suspect that Don is equally attracted to Susan. As a result she becomes extremely jealous and decides to team up with Don's rival in the gang named "Bruno" (George Carron). Meanwhile, nobody realizes just how angry and malicious Andy can be and the fact that Susan and Don are seeing one another is something he simply cannot tolerate. Now rather than reveal any more of this movie and risk spoiling it for those who haven't seen it I will just say that this rather low-budget and relatively obscure biker film turned out to be surprisingly good. I especially liked the performance of Don Borisenko who managed to fit the role quite nicely. Accordingly, I rate this movie as slightly above average.
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