Gareth Brown was centre stage in the rebirth of one of Britain's longest surviving youth cultures. The Daily Mail re-issue of Gareth Brown's youth culture classic which presents and analyses scooter culture from its birth in the 1960s through its revival in the 1970s and again in the 1990s.
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Gareth Brown is widely regarded as the leading world authority on scooter culture. His writings on scooter culture have been published in magazines throughout the world and a signed scooter he once owned sold for £10,000 in JapanAbout the Author:
Gareth Brown is widely regarded as the world-leading authority on lifestyle scooter culture. His writings have been published in magazines worldwide.
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Descrizione libro Independent Music Press, 2001. Soft cover. Condizione libro: Very Good. Card covers clean, corners a little rubbed, fore edge of pages and back cover shows wear from thumbing. Contents clean, no marks. Fairly comprehensive coverage of the social history of the scooter since the creation of the Wasp ('Vespa' in italian) in 1945, through the sixties and up to the mod revival with a chronology of the 80's rallies, ending with the era of brit pop. Over 100 fascinating b&w photographs. For brief synopsis click on 'booksellers image'. Selling books since 1999, all proceeds help fund LOROS Charity Hospice. Codice libro della libreria 000097