There’s a new record about to hit the streets from the Quebecois undead bikesploitation horde known as DEATH WHEELERS. This crew spews out rotting rock n’ roll that makes you want to ride into Hell’s horizon. Their new LP, I Tread On Your Grave, will be available on LP, CD and download
The history of outlaw bikers is one that defines the 20th century. In the 1960s they were a visible part of U.S. culture, and no one captures their significance and presence like the @outlawarchive Instagram run by Straight Satans. It’s a collection of vintage photos and interviews with outlaw bikers
It’s grey outside and feel like stepping back in time into outlaw culture. Today I want to remember the outlaw cultures I grew up around in L.A. and Venice, from Latino Gangs, to Bikers, to Bloods and Crips. THROW YOUR HOOD UP!
Outsider culture has always been something that I saw as normal. Maybe it’s because at an early age my mother moved me to Venice Beach and I was surrounded by the freaks of the world. It was not uncommon to see long haired white dudes clad in leather racing down
L.A. and Oakland are home to many things, and one of them is the Black Biker movement that started decades ago. I know when most people think of choppers and biker gangs, white males come to mind – which is obviously not the case when you take a deeper look
There is something so compelling about photos of outlaw biker culture from the 1960s and 70s. The choppers, the cuts, the windswept hair and the naked bodies make for some awesome daydreaming! Mother Earth, Father Sky is a tumblr that collects vintage photos of biker culture from this era, and