12 O'Clock Boyz
|Starring||The original group of young American dirt bike riders who started the dirt-bike phenomenon in Baltimore.|
|2001 and 2003|
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12 O'Clock Boyz is a 2001 American documentary film, documenting the stunts and feats of young African-American dirt bike riders in Baltimore, Maryland. It documents the original group of young African-American dirt bike riders who started the dirt-bike phenomenon in Baltimore, Maryland. The name refers to doing a high angle wheelie that mimics a clock’s hands at 12 o'clock.
12 O’Clock Boyz is the first-ever Baltimore dirt-bike film. The film was distributed in the United States in 2001. The success of the original 12 O'Clock Boyz (2001) inspired a further 12 O'Clock Boyz film to be made in 2003.
The 12 O'Clock Boyz film series consist of the below two films released in the United States.
- 12 O'Clock Boyz (2001): The original 12 O'Clock Boyz film
- 12 O'Clock Boyz (2003): The subsequent released second 12 O'Clock Boyz film
- "12 O'Clock Boyz". U.S. Copyright Office. Retrieved 2001.
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- "U.S. Copyright Office". The film, 12 O'Clock Boyz was released in the United States in 2001.
- "12 O'Clock Boyz (2003)". U.S. Copyright Office. Retrieved 2003.
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