The movie really is as bad as you think it would be. In this piece of trash, William H. Macy (I didn't expect him to sink this low), Martin Lawrence (blank), Tim Allen (vomit) and John Travolta (double vomit) are a bunch of middle-aged losers trying to have some fun in a road-trip on bikes. In their journey, they are confronted with a gang of real, nasty, bikers led by Ray Liota (vomit).
There are many homophobic (or at least heterosexist) jokes and innuendos in Wild Hogs; but what really locks in the Shipwreck Zero is the violence against gays the movie promotes. On two occasions, John Travolta's character threatens to kill whoever smells him up close (a comment prompted by the fact that William H. Macy smells him while riding 'bitch' on his bike) or looks at his genitals (a comment prompted by his agreeing to swimming naked in this silly pond with his other butch buddies). Travolta is supposed to be a good guy.
The bad guys, as expected, take it even further and actually act on their homophobia. One of the gay characters, played by bad guy Kevin Durand, is constantly talking about the things he would like to do to other guys, kinda inadvertently describing things only a gay guy would do. At one point, he says he would put the balls of all the wild hogs in his mouth, and in response to that, Ray Liota, the gang leader, punches him hard on the face. In the movie, Kevin is beaten for describing a gay act. Although Ray Liota's character beats his buddy up many other times for other reasons, the beating for the gay comment was particularly sad, and, unfortunately, glorified.
The other more common homophobic innuendos included the scene which you can see on the trailer, where John C. McGinley (the smart-ass doctor from Scrubs) plays a naughty gay cop lustful for the wild hogs. Most of the scenes in which McGinley takes part are homophobic (even though those scenes were not nearly as bad as the ones in which violence against the gays is glorified).
Shame on writer Brad Copeland and everybody involved with this piece of crap for letting homophobia in their movie. It is hard to understand how Wild Hogs could have been the #1 movie for so long -- it was awful and not funny at all. The movie was unfortunately released on DVD on August 14.