Works of fiction that delve into the (outlaw) biker subculture, often starring motorcycle clubs ("MCs" for short) and their individual members in key roles, either as protagonists (especially in the newer works) or as the main villains (particularly in the "bikerploitation" movies of The '60s).
Common tropes include: All Bikers Are Hells Angels, Badass Biker, Biker Babe, Cool Bike, Motorcycle Dominoes. Usually absent: Motorcycle Safety. See also The Other Wiki's article on Outlaw biker film.
- Sherwood, Texas (2014) is a retelling of the Robin Hood mythos, pitting the protagonist against a violent outlaw biker gang, The Nobles, in a modern setting.
- Gotham City Garage is a comic Elseworld based on a statue line, in which mostly-female DC Comics heroes are Apunkalyptic biker outlaws fighting the totalitarian reign of Lex Luthor.
- The Last Chapter (2002) is a Canadian six-episode mini-series about the fictional Triple Sixers MC, loosely Based on a True Story of the Quebec Biker War (19942002).
- Sons of Anarchy (200814) tells the story of the eponymous (fictional) gun-running outlaw MC.
- Mayans MC (2018ongoing) is a spinoff series that focuses on the Sons' eponymous "frenemies".
- Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms (2012) is an Australian mini-series dramatizing the events of the Milperra massacre of 1984.
- Gangland Undercover (2015ongoing) is based on the memoirs of Charles Falco, an undercover informant who infiltrated several outlaw biker gangs in service of the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
- The Wild One (1953) is, by most accounts, the first biker film, which established the outlaw biker image in popular subconsciousness.
- The Wild Angels (1966) is one of the first and best-known bikerploitation films of the '60s.
- The Hellcats (1967), a bikerploitation film.
- Wild Rebels (1967), a bikerploitation film.
- Easy Rider (1969) was likely the first sympathetic depiction of bikers as sentimental outcasts, a deliberate subversion of the violent biker archetype of the time.
- The Sidehackers (1969), a bikerploitation film.
- Hell's Bloody Devils (1970), a bikerploitation film.
- Mad Max (1979) features a biker gang as the primary villains, but rather than being a straight up exploitation of the biker image, it had established outlaw biker gangs as an obligatory feature of dystopian and post-apocalyptic settings.
- Streets of Fire (1984) is another movie with an outlaw MC as the main antagonists.
- Masters of Menace (1990) is a rare biker comedy, presenting the outlaws as fun-loving, hard-drinking, but mostly harmless vagabonds.
- Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991) portrays the eponymous bikers as Lovable Rogues despite their criminal lifestyle.
- Stone Cold (1991) has a cop go undercover in a criminal biker gang.
- Beyond the Law (1992) also sees an undercover cop infiltrating a biker gang and soon finding himself Becoming the Mask.
- Torque (2004) portrays a lone motorcyclist in conflict with several (drug-running) outlaw MCs at once.
- Wild Hogs (2007) sees four regular middle-aged shmoes abandon their urban lifestyle for an outlaw biker existences — only to run afoul of actual outlaws (and obvious stand-ins for the Hells Angels).
- Hell Ride (2008) is an homage to the old bikerploitation movies of the '60s.
- Full Throttle (1995) follows the leader of an outlaw biker club trying to save his crew from fabricated murder accusations.
- Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned (2009) puts the focus on the Lost Brotherhood MC, who have previously appeared as side characters in Grand Theft Auto IV and The Ballad of Gay Tony.
- Ride to Hell: Retribution (2013): The motorcycling protagonist is not a member of an outlaw MC, but his primary antagonists, the Devil's Hand gang, are.
- Days Gone (2019): Main characters Deacon and Boozer are all that remains of their outlaw motorcycle club from before the Zombie Apocalypse.