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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.