The Keith Royer collection on Southern California scootering and youth subculture documents several decades of vintage scooter
culture and the diverse aspects of the subculture as it relates to music, fashion, politics, and youth communities. Keith
Royer has been a scooter rider, collector, and bike mechanic since the mid-1980s and a patched club member of the Pharaohs
Scooter Club of San Diego since 1995. The Pharaohs Scooter Cult was formed on December 23, 1993 at Hill Street Coffee House
in Oceanside, California. The collection includes, but is not limited to, photographs of scooter rallies, gatherings, events,
and shows taken by Royer and others; t-shirts and patches from scooter rallies and brands; fliers and postcards of events
and rallies; VHS tapes with recordings of scooter events; ephemera; scootering and motorcycle magazines and newspaper clippings;
comics and zines; scooter-related posters and artwork; and digital files of photographs and moving images.
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Collections at email@example.com. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical
items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.