I think it was cool. Good job. I think with it being bikers in all it could be a little more high energy, what I mean is shots like the store front can be fast moving wipe out zoom to show sign type of shoots. Cool stuff dude!
The only thing that came to mind as a possible improvement stems from something a teacher told me a long time ago ... there should always be a logical reason/rationale for an effect or stylization ... not just an effect for the sake of a cool effect. Referring specifically to the beginning sepia-toned sequence, are you trying to convey dated, historical footage to show that these guys have been doing this stuff for a long time? It seems that's typically the reason for using sepia or B&W, but I didn't really get that aged feeling from that sequence. I did notice the film scratches, but other than that, the footage looks fairly new and pristine so perhaps it's just a matter of slightly overstating the aged look ... maybe a little film grain, flicker, stutter, etc. I might even shorten that part a bit, but maybe that's just me.
Just a thought ... don't mean to sound critical ... it's great work!