Marcel Leliënhof Privat

Marcel Leliënhof Privat

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The Puerto Rican "Ching-A-Ling Nomads" starting out as a street gang in the early 60's they eventually evolved into a motorcycle club. Kicked out of the Village in the early 1970's they made the Bronx their home.

The Puerto Rican "Ching-A-Ling Nomads" starting out as a street gang in the early they eventually evolved into a motorcycle club. Kicked out of the Village in the early they made the Bronx their home.

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Danny Lyon, Club house during the Columbus run, Dayton, Ohio, 1965 Copyright Danny Lyon/Magnum Photos. Courtesy of the artist and Edwynn Houk Gallery

Accidental Mysteries, 11.25.12: Motorcycle Club Cuts as American Folk Art: Observatory: Design Observer

Accidental Mysteries, Motorcycle Club Cuts as American Folk Art: Observatory: Design Observer

Accidental Mysteries, 11.25.12: Motorcycle Club Cuts as American Folk Art: Observatory: Design Observer

Motorcycle club cuts (or vests) and their assorted, colorful club colors (or patches) represent a unique form of American folk art embodying the freedom and nonconformity of bikers.

Accidental Mysteries, 11.25.12: Motorcycle Club Cuts as American Folk Art: Observatory: Design Observer

Motorcycle club cuts (or vests) and their assorted, colorful club colors (or patches) represent a unique form of American folk art embodying the freedom and nonconformity of bikers.

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Motorcycle club cuts (or vests) and their assorted, colorful club colors (or patches) represent a unique form of American folk art embodying the freedom and nonconformity of bikers.

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Motorcycle club cuts (or vests) and their assorted, colorful club colors (or patches) represent a unique form of American folk art embodying the freedom and nonconformity of bikers.