In every corner of America, backyard bike builders have been creating motorcycle works of art that haven't got the attention they deserve. Now, in #BikerLive, they get the chance to prove they have what it takes to become motorcycle legends. #BikerLive gives viewers a raw and real look inside the world -- and personalities -- of custom motorcycle builders. Each episode follows 3 bike builders who are given 5 weeks and \$15,000.00 to build their dream bike.

#BikerLive - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-05-12

#BikerLive - One Headlight - Netflix

“One Headlight” is a song by American band The Wallflowers. The song was written by lead singer Jakob Dylan, and produced by T-Bone Burnett. It was released in November 1996 as the second single from the band's 1996 album, Bringing Down the Horse. In 2000, the song was listed at #58 on Rolling Stone and MTVs list of “100 Greatest Pop Songs of All Time”. The song is notable for being the first song to reach No. 1 on all three of Billboard's rock airplay charts - Alternative Songs, Mainstream Rock Songs and Adult Alternative Songs.

#BikerLive - Composition - Netflix

According to some, the lyrics tell a fragmentary story about a former friend and her death, and the singer's emotions in the aftermath. The use of strong words and images and the incomplete story have resulted in many different interpretations of the song, which include suicide, drug abuse, death of a lover, death of one's mother, having breast cancer and/or depression. However, Jakob Dylan has said that the song is about “the death of ideas.” Dylan explained that he and the band had very little support when they were putting together the record, hence the shout-out, “C'mon, try a little”. The last two lines of the chorus “we can drive it home/ with one headlight” are a reference to how the band were able to get through with their ideas despite being hindered (i.e. with one headlight) by the lack of support.

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