Laszlo Benedek was the filmmaker who took a real story to invoice one of the best films of bikers (motorcyclists), "The Wild". It is estimated that about 4,000 motorcyclists, taken "by assault" the small California town of Hollister.
They were 48 hours of racing, street fighting and beer as fuel for these "Boozefighters". That was the story that recreated Benedek and gave Marlon Brando the lead role of the film. And Brando agreed on the condition of working on his own motorcycle: Triumph Thunderbird 6T in black