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1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 METHODOLOGY
1.2 CHAPTER PREVIEW
2.0 CHAPTER TWO: THEORETICAL DISCUSSION
2.1.1 Limitations to these rhetorical models
2.1.2 Korporate Kar Kulture
2.1.3 Driving Forces and Automotive Ideology
2.2 THE CYCLING COUNTERCULTURE
2.2.1 Reflections on the concept of counterculture
2.2.2 Do It Yourself (DIY) and Cultural Politics
2.3 PERSPECTIVES ON TECHNOLOGY
2.3.1 Making technologies communicate (symbols and semiotics)
2.4 URBAN SPACE/MATERIAL SPACE
2.5 CONCLUSION
3.0 CHAPTER THREE: THE POLITICS OF BICYCLING—A HISTORY
Figure 4-Early Cycling
3.1 BICYCLES, WORKING CLASSES, AND SOCIALISM
3.2 EARLY FEMINISM AND BIKING
Figure 5-Women and Their Bicycles
Figure 6-Bloomers
3.3 THE PROVOS AND THE WHITE BICYCLE PROGRAM
Figure 7-The First White Bicycle
3.4 VELORUTIONARIES
3.5 CONCLUSION
4.1 CRITICAL MASS-BACKGROUND AND (DIS)ORGANIZATION
Figure 8-PGH Critical Mass, BikeFest 2005 (photo by Matt @ PGH Indymedia)
4.2 CAR CULTURE AND CONVIVIALITY
4.3 CONTESTING SPACE, CONTESTING IDEOLOGY
Figure 9-Critical Mass Flyer
4.3.1 Performative Critique
4.3.2 Situationism
4.3.3 CM and “Situations”
4.3.4 Contributing to dissent (other functions of the performative critique)
4.4 CONCLUSION
5.0 CHAPTER FIVE: DIY BIKING/DIY MEDIA
5.1 ALTERNATIVE MEDIA/ALTERNATIVE COMMUNITIES
5.1.1 Bike Zines
5.1.2 Bikeumentaries
5.1.3 Bikes and the punk community
Figure 13-Dead Things Bike Tour Poster (artwork by Jason Trashville)
5.1.3.1 Perspectives on punk
5.2 ARTICULATING THE POLITICS OF CYCLING
5.2.1 Radical politics in the DIY community
Figure 14-RAMBO/Crucial Unit 7" Cover (artwork by Mike Bukowski)
5.2.2 Contextualizing bikes as part of the DIY consciousness
5.3.1 Biking is fun!
Figure 15-Latterman Sticker
5.4 CONCLUSION
6.0 CHAPTER SIX: COMMUNITY CYCLING PROJECTS
6.1 COMMUNITY CYCLING PROGRAMS
Figure 16-Bikes Not Bombs 20th Anniversary Design
6.1.2 Foreign aid
6.2 COMMUNITY BIKE SPACES
6.3 GENDER ISSUES AND BIKE CULTURE
Figure 18-Andalusia at Free Ride!
6.4 CONCLUSION
7.0 CHAPTER SEVEN: BIKEFEST AND BEYOND
7.3 FINAL COMMENTS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Put the Fun Betwen Your Legs the Counterculture of the Bicycle

Put the Fun Betwen Your Legs the Counterculture of the Bicycle

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