Two filmmakers infiltrate an underground bicycle club. B.I.K.E. is gritty, conceptually dichotomous and visually stylistic. The film is a depiction of the Black Label Bike Club, a fringe network of tall bike jousters that combine and justify their medieval inspired competitions with environmentalist and anti-consumerist rhetoric. Taking place in the context of the 2004 Republican National Convention, Fountainhead Films’ B.I.K.E. is a riveting look into the ways in which identity is important for a collective of fiercely independent people.