Motorbikes And Counter Culture

Motorbikes And Counter Culture

This richly illustrated book is dedicated to motorbikes and how they have become a lifestyle of their own, influencing our society on many levels: literature (Jack Kerouac, Herman Hesse etc.), fashion (Perfecto jackets), movies (Easy Rider, The Wild Angels etc.), celebrities (Marlon Brando, Lee Marvin, Steve McQueen to name a few).

Motorbikes are a symbol of freedom, of emancipation, of another way of living, of imagining another kind of life, close to counterculture. Discover the greatest figures of motorbikes and dive into the famous Continental Circuses with pilots such as Giacomo Agostini, Phil Read, Mike Hailwood and Bill Ivy thanks to exceptional photography from different photo archives.
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  • Product code: 9783943330274
  • Barcode: 9783943330274
  • Added: Oct 23, 2019
  • Author: Jean-Marc Thevenet
  • Publishing company: Gingko Press
  • Year of publication: 2019
  • Language: English
  • Book format: Hardcover
  • Pages: 192
  • Size: 152x121

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