The image of the outlaw biker is widely recognize in North American society. The reality is only known to insiders. To study the phenomenon of outlaw biker clubs, anthropologist Daniel Wolf bridged the gap between image and reality by becoming an insider.The wealth of symbolism that this subculture provides is by no means confined to the motorcycle or the garage. ... a#39;bad assa#39; biker boots, a Harley-motif tank top and T-shirt (a#39;Bikers Have More Fun Than Peoplea#39;), Harley history books and manuals, biker wallet, chain belt and buckle, patches, rings and pendants, a Harley eagle wall-clock, Harley-Davidson-motif panties (a#39;Contents 100% Guaranteeda#39;) andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Daniel R. Wolf|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1991|