The "Flash Collection" is a collection of photographs taken by Jim "Flash" Miteff while he was a member of the Detroit Chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club during the 1960s. The Outlaws MC is one of the largest one-percenter motorcycle clubs in the world today.
The latest, a Collector's Edition of Portraits of American Bikers: Life in the 1960s is now available. In addition to the original photographs from the first book this limited edition hardcover contains additional photographs, stories and poetry from the 1%er lifestyle. Beverly shares her personal story about what's behind these photographs and what it was like growing up around this famous motorcycle club. The limited edition can be bought at Amazon.com.
A book of poetry from the biker lifestyle, Asphalt Range by American Biker Poet Laurence P. Scerri. is available in hardcover and Kindle formats on Amazon.com. The hard cover edition comes with a 2 disk set of the poems read by the author.
All the books in the Flash Collection series are published by Jim's daughter, Beverly Roberts. They are available from Amazon.com. Books signed by Beverly Roberts are also available at Amazon.com. You can also get your local book seller to order them for you. Want to order a book by mail? Send an email to Flash@FlashProductionsllc.com or call us at 248.925.6551.
Both Portraits Books, American Biker and Asphalt Range are available for the Kindle at Amazon.com
The Portraits of American Bikers books have been reviewed in American Rider Magazine (formerly Thunder Press). Read the Life in the 1960s review here. Read the Inside Looking Out review here.