Cultural Studies and the renagades of bike culture

UC Davis Cultural Studies Professor Sarah McCullough, PhD, discusses the renegades of bike culture in a couple of previous American bike booms.



From its earliest days, the development of bicycling has been dominated by adrenaline junkies out for a thrill, with a good dose of counter-cultural influence to balance the blend.

To learn more about the crew of people who shuttled up Mount Tamalpais on their Schwinn cruisers, watch “Klunkerz,” a documentary about the early days of Marin County mountain biking.

Via Bike Hugger, who was in my neck of the woods riding my roads earlier this week.

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  • Sarah McCullough
    May 20, 2014 - 1:16 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for featuring the film about my research! If you want to stay updated on when news, publications, or events come out about the project, go to http://eepurl.com/U-Smf.

  • Sarah McCullough
    May 20, 2014 - 1:17 pm | Permalink

    Also, FYI, I did my dissertation work at Davis and am now at UC San Diego.

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