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The Biker Code: Wisdom for the Ride

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andlt;bandgt;Truthfully and gracefully depicting the clannish, unconventional world of leather fringes and sacred steel, andlt;Iandgt;The Biker Codeandlt;/Iandgt; is a perfect gift book for the merely curious, and illuminated scripture for the true disciple.andlt;/bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Perhaps no American subculture is as consistently fascinating and serially misunderstood as the biker movement. Both feared and lionized by the mainstream, the insular, fiercely defiant community of hardcore hog devotees is notoriously difficult to infiltrate. But here comes andlt;I andgt;The Biker Codeandlt;/Iandgt;, affording a revealing, knowing, and warm glimpse of the biker lifestyle for the lifelong rider and the uninitiated alike. With fifty photographs in elegant, spare black and white, andlt;I andgt;The Biker Codeandlt;/Iandgt; captures the iconoclasts, free spirits, and born-to-ride outlaws of Planet Harley. Unlike any book that has come before it, andlt;I andgt;The Biker Codeandlt;/Iandgt; quietly understands and affectionately celebrates the Harley life. andlt;I andgt;The Biker Codeandlt;/Iandgt; features original photographs, artwork, and quotes that honestly depict and cleverly celebrate American motorcycle culture.

Synopsis:

This photographic survey of the iconoclasm and clannish identity of the American motorcycle scene introduces readers to men and women from across the country who represent its lifestyle and passions, providing more than 50 duotones and original drawings that evince the bikers' lifestyle.

Synopsis:

Truthfully and gracefully depicting the clannish, unconventional world of leather fringes and sacred steel, The Biker Code is a perfect gift book for the merely curious, and illuminated scripture for the true disciple.

Perhaps no American subculture is as consistently fascinating and serially misunderstood as the biker movement. Both feared and lionized by the mainstream, the insular, fiercely defiant community of hardcore hog devotees is notoriously difficult to infiltrate. But here comes The Biker Code, affording a revealing, knowing, and warm glimpse of the biker lifestyle for the lifelong rider and the uninitiated alike. With fifty photographs in elegant, spare black and white, The Biker Code captures the iconoclasts, free spirits, and born-to-ride outlaws of Planet Harley. Unlike any book that has come before it, The Biker Code quietly understands and affectionately celebrates the Harley life. The Biker Code features original photographs, artwork, and quotes that honestly depict and cleverly celebrate American motorcycle culture.

Synopsis:

RIDE OR DIE BABY

FREEDOM FOREVER

About the Author

andlt;b andgt;Stuart Millerandlt;/bandgt; is an artist, illustrator, photographer, celebrity interviewer, and advertising entrepreneur. He lives in Tucson, Arizona. andlt;b andgt;Geoffrey Mossandlt;/bandgt; is recognized for his political satirical drawings, paintings, set design, photography, and childrenand#8217;s books. He lives in New York City.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780743225960
Subtitle:
Wisdom for the Ride
Author:
Miller, Stuart
Author:
Moss, Geoffrey
Publisher:
Simon and Schuster
Location:
New York
Subject:
General
Subject:
United states
Subject:
Motor Sports
Subject:
Motorcycling
Subject:
Pictorial
Subject:
Motorcycles - Pictorial
Subject:
Motorcyclists
Subject:
Motorcyclists -- United States.
Subject:
Automotive - General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
B102
Series Volume:
107-354
Publication Date:
June 2002
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
50 duotone photographs, 10 2c illustrati
Pages:
96
Dimensions:
7 x 5 in 6.58 oz

Related Subjects

Arts and Entertainment » Art » General
Transportation » Automotive » General
Transportation » Automotive » Motorcycles » By Make
Transportation » Automotive » Motorcycles » General
Transportation » Automotive » Racing

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Product details 96 pages Simon & Schuster - English 9780743225960 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , This photographic survey of the iconoclasm and clannish identity of the American motorcycle scene introduces readers to men and women from across the country who represent its lifestyle and passions, providing more than 50 duotones and original drawings that evince the bikers' lifestyle.
"Synopsis" by , Truthfully and gracefully depicting the clannish, unconventional world of leather fringes and sacred steel, The Biker Code is a perfect gift book for the merely curious, and illuminated scripture for the true disciple.

Perhaps no American subculture is as consistently fascinating and serially misunderstood as the biker movement. Both feared and lionized by the mainstream, the insular, fiercely defiant community of hardcore hog devotees is notoriously difficult to infiltrate. But here comes The Biker Code, affording a revealing, knowing, and warm glimpse of the biker lifestyle for the lifelong rider and the uninitiated alike. With fifty photographs in elegant, spare black and white, The Biker Code captures the iconoclasts, free spirits, and born-to-ride outlaws of Planet Harley. Unlike any book that has come before it, The Biker Code quietly understands and affectionately celebrates the Harley life. The Biker Code features original photographs, artwork, and quotes that honestly depict and cleverly celebrate American motorcycle culture.

"Synopsis" by , RIDE OR DIE BABY

FREEDOM FOREVER

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