Biker Bob, a Harley-riding spirit guide, boldly trespasses into the dreams of perennial nice guy, Stewart Chance. As a result of Bob's intrusion, Stewart reluctantly undertakes a heroic journey across the treacherous terrain of masculinity and male/female relationships
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Mild-mannered Stewart Chance makes an unscheduled turn into the unknown territory of masculinity when the 'One percent of One percent' motorcycle club brings him into their midst and introduces him to Biker Bob.
When Stewart finds that his biker sequences are dreams, forgotten longings for owning a Harley Davidson re-emerge. Months later, he surprises himself by obsessively searching desert towns of the Southwest for an illusive sky blue Hawg with tassels and leather saddlebags.
Stewart's wife, Renee, had long ago grown tired of her wimpy, indecisive husband, but she is flabbergasted and perplexed when he disappears into the desert, then resurfaces in Las Vegas, "with that Chambers woman."
"When a man refuses to become friendly with his wildness, someone else must fill in for him. The reason war and murder run amuck is because most men are too afraid to touch their dangerous side. Have you noticed the big gap between hawks and doves? Hawks, under the guise of protecting us, play out society's inability to deal with rage. Hawks get to run roughshod over the rest of the world because most men in our culture don't want anything to do with anger. Our system is built to keep men disempowered, so hawks can run with our unexpressed fury."