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Bikers : legend, legacy and life / Gary Charles.

By: Charles, Gary.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Great Britain : Carpet Bombing Culture, 2019Description: 190 pages : colour illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: Carrier type: ISBN: 1908211830; 9781908211835.Subject(s): Motorcyling -- Social aspects | Motorcyclists -- Social life and customs | SubcultureDDC classification: 306.483 Summary: "BIKERS: Legend, Legacy and Life is a painstakingly detailed chronicle of this unique band of Brothers, and trawls deep into their history to detail the early town-sieges of America's Mid-West in the 1940s through to the British Mods and Rocker coastal clashes of the 1960s, the Easy Riders of the 1970s, the Street Fighters of the 1990s, and the vibrant multifaceted Biker Culture scene of the first quarter of 21st Century. Bikers will appeal to anyone who's ever ridden on two wheels and also delves into many of the misconceptions surrounding this most misunderstood of sub-cultures."-- Page 4 of cover.
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Expanded and updated. BIKERS: Legend, Legacy and Life is a painstakingly detailed chronicle of this unique band of Brothers, and trawls deep into their history to detail the early town-sieges of America's Mid-West in the 1940s through to the British Mods and Rocker coastal clashes of the 1960s, the Easy Riders of the 1970s, the Street Fighters of the 1990s, and the vibrant multifaceted Biker Culture scene of the first quarter of 21st Century. Bikers will appeal to anyone who's ever ridden on two wheels and also delves into many of the misconceptions surrounding this most misunderstood of sub-cultures.


"BIKERS: Legend, Legacy and Life is a painstakingly detailed chronicle of this unique band of Brothers, and trawls deep into their history to detail the early town-sieges of America's Mid-West in the 1940s through to the British Mods and Rocker coastal clashes of the 1960s, the Easy Riders of the 1970s, the Street Fighters of the 1990s, and the vibrant multifaceted Biker Culture scene of the first quarter of 21st Century. Bikers will appeal to anyone who's ever ridden on two wheels and also delves into many of the misconceptions surrounding this most misunderstood of sub-cultures."-- Page 4 of cover.