Wild Hogs

Wild Hogs was released into theaters on March 2nd, 2007. Filming locations include Santa Monica, Ca. and Albuquerque, Madrid and Santa Fe, Nm. It was directed by Walt Becker. The Wild Hogs consist of Woody Stevens (John Travolta),  Doug Madsen (Tim Allen), Bobby Davis (Martin Lawrence) and Dudley Frank (William H. Macy). The movies lead antagonist, Jack, was played by the late Ray Liotta. It also stars Marisa Tomei as Maggie...and having Marisa Tomei in any movie instantly makes it better. The movie has a solid soundtrack, some of the songs include Highway to Hell by AC/DC, Midnight Rider by The Allman Brothers Band, Slow Ride by Foghat, That Smell by Lynyrd Skynyrd and Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi. The score was composed by Teddy Castellucci. The films first DVD release was on August 14th, 2007.

Doug's house - 125 Laguna Blvd. SW Albuquerque, Nm.87104

The 6,500 square foot house was built in 1996.


Rio Grande Gorge Bridge - US-64 Nm.

The bridge was designed by architects Charles E. Reed and Herman Tachau and built in 1965. It spans 1,280 feet and sits 600 feet above the gorge. Over 125 people have either fallen or jumped from the bridge to their deaths. On July 15th, 1997 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The bridge can also be seen in films like Natural Born Killers, Terminator Salvation and Twins.


The Del Fuego's bar - Bonanza Creek Rd. Santa Fe, Nm. 87508

The structure was built for the film and nothing remains at the location.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2022.

Maggie's Diner - 2867 NM-14 Madrid, Nm. 87010

The diner was built specifically for the movie. It was left intact after filming and today is a souvenier gift shop. Wild Hogs banners are visible out front and the theatrical poster can be seen on the front door.


Boarding house - 2885 NM-14 Madrid, Nm. 87010
(Old Boarding House Mercantile)

Today it's a general store.


Ending - near the west end* of Pacific St. Santa Monica, Ca. 90405
(Ocean Front bike path)

The scene takes place .6 miles south of the Santa Monica Pier.  The camera is facing south.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2022.


  1. Hilarious film, even though the second half is weaker. Shame that there was no sequel. The return of the motorcycle patrolman would be a must!

  2. very good film but taken to seriously by the critics. no surprise the public proved them wrong by taking it for what it was, a fun, easy watch film