Back in the 1960s, using a Graflex Speed Graphics Press Camera, Jim "Flash" Miteff shot several hundred photographs of the Outlaws 1%er Motorcycle Club. The photographs in the book were specifically selected from his collection. These never before published images are taken directly from the original negatives that had been in storage for over 40 years.
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Jim "Flash" 1%er Miteff's photos may have come out of the social sledgehammer that was the 1960s, but they speak loudly about each and every era, emotion and element that has been instrumental in the development of the American biker from WWII to the present day and beyond. --Bill Hayes; Author (The Original Wild Ones, American Biker)
Nothing captures the reality of any situation better than photography; especially unseen rare photographs. This book gives us a never-before-seen glimpse into the lives of early Outlaws. For the first time in several decades we have the opportunity to witness the bikes, the style and the real deal. Amazing! --K. Randall "Bandit" Ball; Bikernet.com
There are no internet warriors here; only real life bikers living out American traditions. This book showcases the last American pure breed a breed recognized around the world. The message that came out of the 60s and the message that comes out of these photos is, get on your bike and live your life like you want! --Shirase Izumi; Editor, Hot Bike Japan
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Book Description Flash Productions, LLC, 2008. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110615238742
Book Description Flash Productions, LLC, 2008. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0615238742