Courtesy of Frederik Dyhr, we’ve got a playlist and a shopping list in conjunction with the release of motorcycle movie, “The Greasy Hands Preachers”.
Directed by Clement Beauvais and Arthur De Kersauson, “The Greasy Hands Preacher” is a documentary film partnered with luxury lifestyle brand Belstaff. Hollywood heartthrob Orlando Bloom was the executive producer of the flick, a motorbike movie delving into the lives of its protagonists, bikers of all forms, from racers to mechanics, and their pursuit of adventure.
Their dedication, borderline obsession, is evident in the way these under-the-radar characters modify their lives around their motorcycles. One man explains, “I have to improve my inner-self to produce better bikes”. It’s not all about the bikes, don’t worry if you don’t know your Harley Davidsons from your Rokons, it’s more about the journey of this subculture that is constantly on the road, perfecting the art of working with their hands.
The Vice President of Men’s Design, Frederik Dyhr has curated us a ‘Road Trip’ playlist to keep you inspired long after you’ve watched the film and has hand-picked his top moto picks from the latest collection.
The Sonics – “Have Love, Will Travel”
The Stooges – “No Fun”
John Lennon – “Working Class Hero”
Billy Bragg – “New England”
The Ravonettes – “Heart of Stone”
The Who – “I Can’t Explain”
The Kinks – “Nothing In This World”
Fredrik Dyhr’s Top Moto Picks
From left to right, top row: Pure Motorcycle jacket-Classic Tourist Trophy Jacket, Pure Motorcycle Esse gloves, Winchester jacket- customised with vintage badges. Bottom row: Trialmaster boot, SS15 Bartley t-shirt- print inspired by the café racers and features within the SS15 season, SS15 Bandana scarf- print inspired by the café racers.
You can buy or rent “The Greasy Hands Preachers” and purchase the Belstaff collection on their website.