That's the defiant vow of Pete, a renegade biker and the main character of Richard Kanter's quasi-biker film. He and his sidekick Stick (Alex Rocco) have been exiled from their motorcycle gang after they raped and crucified a girl for sleeping with a black man. They set out on their own, a George and Lenny for the Savage Seventies, romping like children in a park in a just vaguely homoerotic vignette, busting each other's chops and scheming to score some bread. Stick is the Lenny of the pair, not quite as simple as the original but still the sort who's happy to eat lunch out of a trash can. He can be quite friendly but freaks out if he thinks people are insulting him. Pete tries to keep Stick out of trouble but gets into plenty on his own. It's his idea to crash a mansion where a classical musician's wife, Rona, is hosting her old sorority girlfriend Laurie while hubby's at a recording session for a movie score. There's something just vaguely homoerotic about their friendship, too, but once our biker pals settle in Pete and Rona pair off for some occasionally romantic coupling while Stick and Laurie get down to rape, Stick's naturally aggressive playfulness aggravated by his belief that a frog figurine is a personal insult to him. Wild Riders finds its tone in the scene in which Rocco flips out over the frog, demanding that Laurie tell him what it is and whether it looks like him. Rocco, best known as Moe Green from The Godfather, is the only real name in the cast and takes advantage of his top billing to give a performance of barnstorming barbarism, just the kind that a bad movie like this needs to keep you interested.
Alex Rocco earns his top billing in Wild Riders, and director Richard Kanter's camera clearly loves him, even if the women in the film (like Sherry Bain, below) don't.
Wild Riders "introduces" Arell Blanton as Pete, above meeting cute with Elizabeth Knowles while coming on more forcefully below.
Here's a TV spot for the film, including some of the cello attack, uploaded to YouTube by psychotronictv.