Is the Ghost Rider bike real?
Contrary to popular opinion, there was a real motorcycle built for the 2007 “Ghost Rider” movie starring Nicolas Cage. However, it was 11-feet long and weighed more than 500 pounds! It consisted of a chrome shell that was really fiberglass and had been molded around a chopper from Australia that was custom-made.
Where is the bike from Ghost Rider?
Most of the bikes used for the film were actually stolen prior to the end of shooting and supposedly were dismantled for parts before their cult status was cemented. One bike that survived (but was demolished) was rebuilt and placed in the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa and later sold for over $1 million.
What happened Ghost Rider 666?
A biker who called himself the Ghost Rider and taunted police by posting videos of him breaking the law at high speed has finally been arrested. A biker who called himself the Ghost Rider and taunted police by posting videos of him breaking the law at high speed has finally been arrested.
Does Nicholas Cage ride motorcycle?
Although he’s a proficient biker, Cage is only allowed the fun of a burn-up when he is making movies. He said: “I’m legally unable to ride motorcycles – it’s a contract I have with my life insurance. … Although Cage was accident-free during the making of Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance, he has not always been so lucky.