Werewolves on Wheels (1971) Werewolves does a preety good job of envoking the biker mythos in this genre masher. Nice shots of road running hogs and countryside are juxtaposed with gritty biker action. It manages to include 70's pulp staples such as
3. Werewolves. Well werewolves aren't really very 70 ish, actually.
The actors don't include the biker usuals such as Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Jack Nicholson or Bruce Dern and it's not directed by Roger Corman. It is directed by a Corman cohort, Mike Levesque. The film is shot well and has good visual effect for a b-movie.
The gang, The Devil's Advocates, decide to harass a church full of satanists and end up getting drugged and being involved with the cult's ritual. This is where the problems begin. Gang members start getting killed in bloody fashion and no-one knows by who. There is talk of a strange curse etc.
Among the great camera work, the boobs, blood, fights and mayhem the one weak link is the werewolves. They don't really appear until the last bit of the film which might surprise a little because of the title. Overall it's a fine 70's cheese fest with good looking bikers and some tasty cultish blood.