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Twelve O’Clock Boys documented by Noah Scott Rabinowitz

Photography // Friday, 07 Feb 2014
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Once a staff photo editor with The Wall Street Journal, Noah Scott Rabinowitz is an American photographer, filmmaker, editor and writer based between New York City and Paris. His newest documentary, Twelve O’Clock Boys documents a notorious urban dirt bike pack in Baltimore and it’s been at the top of our list for must see movies since we saw the enticing upbeat trailer. Aside from the actual film, Rabinowitz also shot a beautiful collection of photos of the Baltimore dirt bike riders, which we thought were worth some attention as well.

"The Twelve O’Clock Boys – so-called because of the vertical wheelies many of the dirt bike riders pride themselves on, sometimes ride in packs 100 strong through neighborhoods of urban Baltimore, creating a new improvisational urban sport that has become legendary in the city. Their charismatic riding style is quickly spreading throughout the East Coast. They disregard traffic laws, roadblocks, and the police, who are forbidden to chase the bikes for fear of endangering the public."

Check out more projects from Noah Scott Rabinowitz at his website

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