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Virginia's Harley: A Girl's Bike

Directed by Jay Cagney

SHORT DOCUMENTARY | 7 minutes | Canadian Premiere

This short documentary covers about 6 months of Virginia's work creating her custom motorcycle. The bike started as a stock 1996 XL1200c, and through many hours of late nights, dirty fingernails and torn gloves, Virginia was able to complete the bike you see her riding today.

About the Director

Jay started creating media as a way to share the things he is most passionate about with others. That includes activities like BMX/MTB, skateboarding, snowboarding, motorcycles, and really anything that involves being outside. Jay worked with Original Skateboards for 6 years creating media for their marketing all over the world. Since 2016 he has been doing freelance work, travelling and creating great memories.

Film Info

Premiere: Canadian

Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 7 minutes

Language: English

Country: U.S.A.

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Credits

Director: Jay Cagney

Producer: Jay Cagney

Key Cast: Virginia Cagney

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