In 1969, 50 years ago today, Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper are smuggling as two freewheeling motorcyclists cocaine from Mexico to Los Angeles and they are the true "Easy Riders" - the name of the movie too, that, produced by Fonda and directed by Hopper, writes Hollywood history.
Fonda and Hopper are rinding the legendary Route 66, a highway, where nobody find any kind a of trace of this time today. But a few miles further, on the old highway 66, where no tourists are seen, it has "Richfield", a tiny ghost town with an abandoned gas station where "Easy Rider" was filmed. You must take the exit 285 (Bellemont) of I-40, turn around and ride a lonely road into nothing - at the end, left side, you´ll find a few woodencabins, a rusty car and some posters here, where "Easy Rider" is still alive.
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