Early on I had a scene where I was supposed to get on a horse.
And ride a horse out and I am terrified of horses.
Just when we were about to shoot I was like, whose motorcycle is that?
And they go, that is your brother's.
And I go you know if he can ride bikes I can probably ride bikes too.
And so they changed the horse to the motorcycle last minute because I was freaking out.
Because the horses, cuz they have giant eyeballs and they can feel your, smell your fear.
It was a Honda Rebel, which is not the toughest motorcycle in the world, and I lived in downtown L.A., before there was a downtown L.A. There was just like trash cans on fire everywhere and you'd have a bunch of big Harley riding girls and stuff that would give me a lot of **** for it.
But I saved up money and I bought my own.
I got a Buell, an S1 Lightning,which is a cool book.
It was very kind of futuristic back then and I gave it to my friend for bail money and I never saw it again.
I have this one that's made from an old police bike.
That bike's really cool.
And then the tribe of tigers is like a personal favorite of mine, which is the one that I ride on the show, which is an awesome bike.
Motorcycles don't easily crash into motorcycles.
They usually get hit by cars, so you just have to be aware of the cars around you.
I tried to get share on ride.
Maybe Marianne Faithfull and we both wear one piece leather with her on the inside in this movie.
that would be fun.
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