"12 O'clock Boys"

The documentary "12 O'clock Boys" will get its world premiere at the South by Southwest arts festival. At just over 72 minutes long, "12 O'clock Boys" presents a compelling, if often harrowing, look at the riders -- mostly teens and older, predominantly male -- who take their bikes to the streets of Baltimore, roaring away, popping wheelies (the riders' collective name comes from the desire to ride with their bikes at right angles to the pavement, straight-up 12 o'clock) and essentially taking over.

( handout / Baltimore Sun / February 8, 2013 )

The documentary "12 O'clock Boys" will get its world premiere at the South by Southwest arts festival. At just over 72 minutes long, "12 O'clock Boys" presents a compelling, if often harrowing, look at the riders -- mostly teens and older, predominantly male -- who take their bikes to the streets of Baltimore, roaring away, popping wheelies (the riders' collective name comes from the desire to ride with their bikes at right angles to the pavement, straight-up 12 o'clock) and essentially taking over.

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