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Frank P. DeLarzelere III is the Biker Fox, a man famous first and
foremost for front-flipping from his bicycle - quite a feat not only for a
50 year old, but hardly the stuff of a full-blown feature length
documentary. And the film is indeed much more than that, introducing us
the the world of Biker Fox, who is a muscle car spare part salesman
running his own company by day, but a bicyclist, enviromentalist,
motivational speaker and health guru not only by night but during all his
Again, this alone would not make a very good documentary -
but above all else, Biker Fox is just a really weird character, a man with
a bizarre, gay-leaning fashion sense, an understanding of nature that
often seems a bit off (though his love for the enviroment seems genuine
all the same), and a persona that preaches peace and forgiveness without
always practicing it (in fact, he has had his run-ins with the police and
is legally required to take anger management classes). And that's what
makes him a bizarre but entirely relateable human being.
a documentary, Biker Fox wholly succeeds in presenting its viewer
with a rounded out picture of the titular Biker Fox, without handing him
over to ridicule on one hand, but also without becoming his propaganda
tool and solely presenting his view on the other. He is very unique, the
film shows that much, and while he doesn't always practice what he
preaches, he doesn't come across as a bigot, just someone who can't live
up to his own expectations yet, because at least his views are genuine.
This often results in rather humourous sequences, but the film always
laughs with Biker Fox rather than at him, something that is no doubt
shared by the audience.
Interesting, to say the least.