Biker Fox

Biker Fox

A scene from BIKER FOX, a film by Jeremy Lamberton.

Biker Fox

Themselves:
  • Biker Fox
  • Larry Peterson
  • Daniel McAnally
  • Rod Johnson
  • Kristi Bryant
  • Bill LaFortune
  • Beckman DeLarzalere
  • Terry West
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Production Company:
  • Fox Subliminal Films
  • Wolf Howling
  • Sunday Town Productions
  • Lookout Mountain Productions

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Biker Fox (2010)

Also Known As: Biker Fox: Playing in the Street

Opened: 09/10/2010 Limited

Limited09/10/2010
reRun Theater09/10/2010 - 09/16/20107 days

Trailer: Click for trailer

Genre: Documentary

Rated: Unrated

Short Synopsis

BIKER FOX is the story of Frank P. DeLarzelere III aka Biker Fox, Tulsa, Oklahoma's misunderstood motivational bicyclist, nature conservationist and muscle car guru. Part-documentary and part-self-help testimonial, the film navigates the uneasy relationships DeLarzelere has with both the city of Tulsa and himself, as his Biker Fox character's intentions of spirited goodwill sometimes neglect certain boundaries.

Long Synopsis

BIKER FOX is the story of Frank P. DeLarzelere III a/k/a Biker Fox -- Tulsa, Oklahoma's eccentric answer to both Evel Knievel and Jack La Lane. As Biker Fox, he is an accidental advocate for bicyclists and their rights -- road raging on two wheels in Technicolor riding gear, flashing dangling earrings, engaging in occasional brushes with the law, and spreading an empowering message to the world of peace and love. Frank P. DeLarzelere III is a nature conservationist, health food activist, and muscle car guru with ADHD who has an unforgettable and self-destructive penchant for hand feeding wild raccoons and other animals.

Part documentary and part self-help testimonial, BIKER FOX navigates the uneasy relationships DeLarzelere has with both the city of Tulsa and himself, and chronicles Biker DeLarzelere's intentions of spirited goodwill, flouting of convention, and complicated outsider psyche.

In a bold move, director Jeremy Lamberton hands the camera over to his subject, allowing Biker Fox/Frank the freedom to capture himself through his own lens, sharing his obsessions with car parts and bicycle tricks, feeding and nurturing wild animals (despite its danger), and capturing thrilling footage of his roaming cycling trips throughout rural Oklahoma.

BIKER FOX is a tribute to the struggles of a true American eccentric outsider.