The movie itself seems to be one of those that you need the summary on the back of the DVD case just to follow. From that summary, the crucial point appears to be that a young woman's fiancé (apparently some kind of police officer) is assassinated while trying to track down drug dealers, and the woman teams up with someone who seems to be her fiancé's brother to infiltrate a motorcycle gang. Much drinking and carousing (including a motorcycle race always just off-camera) follows before the plot resumes at last about two-thirds of the way in. I did have to emphasise with the riffs like "Mass confusion; I guess they're talking about the plot."
With that said, the movie did complete the "biker trilogy" of Mystery Science Theater 3000's second season, and compared to "The Sidehackers" and fan favourite "Wild Rebels," it contains more gang members and even manages to connect motorcycles in some small fashion to its conclusion. It also happens to be an Anthony Cardoza production (something I didn't realise until I saw the credits), and Tony Cardoza was the producer of the even more stupefying "Coleman Francis trilogy" of the sixth season. Connections like that, such as when I at last got around to seeing "Women of the Prehistoric Planet" and realised that its mumbling admiral was played by the same actor who played the mumbling secret agent boss of "Agent for H.A.R.M.", can be kind of fun to make. The world of cheesy movies can seem very small.
And with that, I have two episodes left still to see.