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"The bikes were fast! SHE was faster!"
"A mean set of wheels and a chick to match"
"Meet The Debutante In A Leather Skirt!"
This is a 60s Biker Western. What could be better?
Dan wins a motorcycle race and wins a brand new bike. But everybody wants the bike so eventually a group of bikers steal the motorcycle and knock Dan out, leaving him on an isolated dirt road in the Sonoran Desert near Tucson. He chases them down to get his bike back, fighting them individually and in smaller groups.
During a fight with one of the bikers, both men fall down a hillside into a huge cave or old mine where there are a bunch of rattlesnakes. The bad guy rolls over on some rattlesnakes, cries out that he was bitten, and dies almost immediately. (This is a convenient way to get rid of a bad guy quickly, but almost nobody ever dies that fast from a rattlesnake bite.)
We see a bunch of real Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnakes in the scene. The snakes were obviously shot somewhere else, including two shots of snakes striking that look very different to the rest of the movie. We also see a couple of coiled up fake snakes that the biker rolls onto.