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On August 29 join us at Pfaff Harley-Davidson for another Ride-In Theatre and catch some moto films under the stars. Ride in, drive in, or walk in. Bring a chair, a blanket, your best bud and join us at Pfaff Harley-Davison beginning at 7:30 PM. Movies start just after sunset at 8:30 PM.

Admission is FREE.


Featured Films

Dirtbag II: The Return of the Rattler


Release Year: 2015

Runtime: 58 minutes

Directed by: Paolo Asuncion

Country: United States

Of course you can build a chopper in one month and for under a thousand dollars, if you're a mechanic or a fabricator. But what if you have no experience at all? After being spectators for years, the filmmakers set out to prove this statement once and for all. | Read more >


Vietnam Road Trip


Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 12 minutes

Produced by: William Shears

Country: United Kingdom

Having never ridden a motorcycle in his life, William decided to rent a bike a ride it down the entirety of Vietnam. In the process he discovers something about himself. | Read more >


Howl Seat


Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 14 minutes

Directed By: Radek Karko

Country: Czech Republic

A group of friends decide to go on a road trip to Biarritz, France to attend the Wheels and Waves Festival and soak in the culture associated with Café Racers. From there, they turn south to France, Italy and Spain. Although some challenges pop up, the group continues forward and takes in some spectacular scenery. | Read more >


The Edge


Release Year: 2013

Runtime: 3 minutes

Directed by: Piotr Kabat

Country: Poland

A little homage to Hunter S. Thompson based on a "Gonzo The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson" excerpt.


Trail Master


Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 9 minutes

Directed By: Matthew Sanders

Country: U.S.A.

Reid Brown, an Oregon Forest Service Specialist and avid off-road motorcycle racer has earned his dream job. He is in charge of managing the 500 miles of motorcycle trails in the Tillamook State Forest, Oregon. His family has a rich history with the forest with his parents and grand parents having built many of the original trails.​ | Read more >


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