A dedicated biker who leads weekend bikers on road trips starts a biker boot camp of 17 men from three states to see if they have what it takes.
S01:E01 - Biker Boot Camp
For more than a decade, Tommy Baker has led a group of week-end bikers on rides literally all across America. Along the way, he decided they should call themselves "The Ice Cream Men From Hell." He designed a patch and gave the 'colors' to the riders he thought were worthy. They weren't an official Motorcycle Club, but maybe - one day - they'll try. That day has finally arrived. Baker put together the quintessential biker journey - a biker boot camp - to see if he and his buddies had what it takes to be a real Motorcycle Club - an M.C. - an American M.C. Getting seventeen men, from all walks of life and three states together is the first mission - and it doesn't go smoothly. Once they do all meet up and start riding together - five minutes in, one of them goes down.
S01:E02 - Cops & Hells Angels
After successfully getting seventeen men, from all walks of life and three states together, they start riding - five minutes in, one of them goes down. No one can tell exactly what happened, confusion and finger-pointing sets in. The men start drinking and partying and when Steve-O takes off his colors, a sign of disrespect, he incurs the wrath of Baker. Steve-O quits. Some of the others get pulled over by the police - some argue about respect and brotherhood while some ride hard and - argue while riding. Riding hard and fast becomes a defining factor for respect - something these bikers discover when they run into the most famous M.C. in the world - The Hells Angels.
S01:E03 - Hell Ride With Angels
Everyone knows the name "Hells Angels." They are the undisputed leaders of the "One-Percenter's" - the "Motorcycle Clubs" - the "M.C.'s." When a group of Hells Angels walk into a bar where the Ice Cream Men From Hell are drinking, Baker decides to send Moody up to say hi. The HA are there to support and attend The Florence Prison Run so they tell the ICMFH they can ride along "if they can stay up, they can keep up." No one gets an invitation to ride with the Hells Angels. The ICMFH aren't going to mess up this opportunity - or will they?
S01:E04 - The Longest Day's Ride
After crashing a Hawaiian Tropic Girl's photo shoot, The Ice Cream Men From Hell finally arrive at The Florence Prison Run and find out the real meaning of honor and brotherhood. They are flying high from their ride with the Hells Angels, but the high-speeds are causing dissension among the members - and Kevin turns in his colors. A visit to historic Tombstone gives Baker pause and makes him re-think the ICMFH patch and asks the members to vote on giving it up. Is this the end of the club?
S01:E05 - New 'Virgin Vest' / "A Cut"
The Ice Cream Men From Hell are no more. The group decides to retire their colors and start from scratch - a new palate - new vests. The new cut inspires a new beginning, but it's the same old group dynamics which means close calls on the road and more arguing. Riding into Scottsdale, the crew is introduced to retired linebacker Brian Bosworth and invite him to join them on their journey. Once at Arizona Bike Week, they run into actor Gary Busey and invite him to come along as well. How will these two, new, and opinionated celebrities affect the group dynamic? Plus, upset by the lack of respect Baker shows them, two of the members quit.
S01:E06 - Celebs Join-Up & Ride Along
The crew hits the road with their two, new guest celebrity riders, Brian Bosworth and Gary Busey. It quickly become clear that Gary is not the strongest of motorcycle riders and everyone is scared for his life. The miles are adding up and they're causing bikes and friendships to break down. Riding through Cottonwood, the group is pulled over by the cops - and Gary Busey is handcuffed. Is he headed off to the big house?
S01:E07 - Grand Canyon by Sundown
Gary Busey is in handcuffs and the cops are not impressed by Hollywood's infiltration of Cottonwood. The riders are trying to make it to the Grand Canyon by sunset, but when you ride more than 2000 miles at high speeds, odds are something's going to go wrong - and it does. Will everyone survive Baker's quest to become a real motorcycle club?