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When, in 1999, Suzuki introduced the GSX1300R - Hayabusa (Peregrine Falcon), it was the fastest production motorcycle in the world. Many claims have been made on the GSX1300R including 'A machine so unique when it was introduced that it required its own new classification: Ultimate Sport and Combining seemlessly effortless acceleration, wind-cheating aerodynamics, sporty handling, timeless style, long-distance comfort and unlimited excitement. Built to deliver balanced performance.
Representations in Society, Media and Popular Culture
Author: Esperanza Miyake
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Social Science
What happens to gender at 120mph? Are Harley-Davidsons more masculine than Yamahas? The Gendered Motorcycle answers such questions through a critical examination of motorcycles in film, advertising and television. Whilst bikers and biker cultures have been explored previously, the motorcycle itself has remained largely under-theorised, especially in relation to gender. Esperanza Miyake reveals how representations of motorcycles can produce different gendered bodies, identities, spaces and practices. This interdisciplinary book offers new and critical ways to think about gender and motorcycles, and will interest scholars and students of gender, technology and visual cultures, as well as motorcycle industry practitioners and motorcycle enthusiasts.