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Outlaw Biker T Shirts
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
- A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
- (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
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Living on the Edge: Riding with the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club in Pennsylvania
Limited Edition, demo for TV show series pilot. Biker orientated, Harley-themed documentary reality show that focuses on the positive aspects of motorcycle club life, through the lives, families, communities and jobs of club members. As you ride along with the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club and their guest, corporate executive Mike Crowe, the bikers host a picnic for returning Iraqi and Afghani war veterans and visit a local Harley dealer to attend a book signing. Made by bikers for bikers, but will captivate anyone in the world who is interested in the biker lifestyle. You can view a six minute preview trailer for this DVD by going to YouTube.com, and putting three words into the search bar there: Vietnam Vets Pennsylvania; after you click the search button, the preview trailer for Living on the Edge: Riding with the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club in Pennsylvania will be the first one in the cue. To learn more about this DVD, go to the following website: BlockheadCity.com; and click on the Entertainment; button.
Easy Rider 40th Anniversary
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the movie Easy Rider. Recently released on Blu-ray disc, from this great distance in time some may not understand the profound impact this movie made. In previous years various "biker" flicks featuring outlaw gangs had exploited the image most citizens had of motorcyclists. The Hells Angels even licensed their name and logo to hollywood for "Hells Angels '69", a decision Sonny Barger would later publicly regret. Part of the great appeal of this movie was the visuals of Hopper and Fonda riding in tandem on scenic roads as they traveled across America from Southern California. Encountering locals along the way, crossing bridges over Americas great rivers and all done with a very current rock soundtrack as background. Devoid of the usual "biker tough guy bullshit" the movie accurately portrayed the prejudice bikers encountered from cops and "citizens" during the 60's. Riding my choppers before and after opening my shop, I was stopped by the police on many occasions for "ugly in a no ugly zone". Sturgis was still a small summer gathering of mostly touring riders when I passed through in 1975. Julie models our shop t-shirt in a photograph by John Reddick taken in 1974. Scanned from an 8x10 print and post processed in Photoshop CS.
Quick photoshoot with Martha Williams for her forthcoming bike-centric street style blog. OUTFIT: Marc by Marc Jacobs Equality t-shirt cut&sewn into a halter by me, Wet Seal booty shorts, AA thigh highs ACCESSORIES: Outlaw motorcycle helmet with Biker's World aviator goggles, Kozy Prery handmade cycling cap purchased at Renegade Craft Fair, secondhand Doc Martens, custom Seagull courier bag Lorena Cupcake, with her bike, in Wicker Park, October 24th, 2010. © Martha Williams
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Here is the true story of Richard ?Deadeye” Hayes in all its bad-ass, balls-to-the-wall glory. This is a man who stole a machine gun before he was seven and lost his left eye when a good friend shot him in the face. As a member?and the president?of the infamous Los Valientes motorcycle club, he broke more laws and had more fun than any six of the coolest guys you know. One of the last true Outlaw Bikers, Deadeye knows what it means to be a man, take shit from no one, and have tattoos that actually say something. Riding, drug dealing, and sending men to the hospital with his bare hands, Deadeye made himself a legend among bikers?all the while making sure his daughters never got mixed up with guys like him. In his own words, Deadeye tells it all. From earning his colors with an outlaw motorcycle club to his steady diet of drugs, sex, violence, and crime, this is his story: true life, yet larger than life, and full throttle all the way