Zach Ness builds one-of-a-kind dream machines. The grandson of custom motorcycle legend Arlen Ness, he was born into chopper royalty and now carries the torch of the family empire. Even though bikes are in his blood, Ness is out to distinguish himself as a customizing genius in his own right. National Geographic Channel (NGC) and Pilgrim Studios — producers of NGC’s hit series Wicked Tuna — head out on the highway with Ness and his crew in the new series Let It Ride, premiering Wednesday, August 14, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT (Source: National Geographic Channel)
When a high-profile personal injury lawyer wants a custom bike with a tight turnaround time, Zach makes him an offer he might regret: If you don't like the bike, you don't have to buy it. Then, when an Alameda County police officer comes by to get his Victory Vegas customized, the deal is sweetened with a friendly challenge at the department's training facility. Finally, Zach's grandpa Arlen Ness is being honored with an exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
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Excellent and Entertaining Show !Rating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes
I couldn't disagree more with the previous reviewer who was so negative. The purpose of "Let It Ride" is not to show how an impoverished unknown bike builder cobbles together projects in his garage. I can do that, my friends can do that, and I have no interest in watching somebody else do that. Read more
Review posted on Wednesday, October 30th 2013 at 11:18 pm
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