‘A motorcycle the size of Roz’s Betty Boop would have been beyond the dreams of the craziest pack leader at the Ace Café on London’s North Circular Road in the monochrome days of rockers, Nortons, Bonnevilles and Marianne Faithfull, when ‘good’ was middle class, ‘bad’ misunderstood and the motorcycle offered stark hope to a generation of inarticulate searchers . . .’
Tom Cunliffe and his wife Roz take life in the saddle and on to the American highways and byways astride the quintessential ‘dream machine’ - the Harley-Davidson.
With flashbacks to the Sixties, the eclectic assortment of moonshiners, bikers hard and not-so-hard, cowhands, Sioux Indians, strippers, biblebashers, war veterans, southern gents and the occasional alligator delivers a unique insight into the diversity of the USA.