70s SCSA Side-Hack Association Biker Distressed t-shirt Large

$149.99 USD

Chest 21.5 in.

Length 26 in.

Content: 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Stedman

This sweet graphic tee is for the Southern California Side-Hack Association. The SCSA was a group for motorcyclists who rode using side-hacks, or sidecars, attached to their bikes. Although pretty handy for a biker, sidecars are often looked down upon by some hardcore motorcycle enthusiasts. They're considered old fashioned, which isn't necessarily untrue. Sidecars were at the height of their popularity during WWII when they were used on military motorcycles by both sides of the war.

The SCSA sponsored races for bikers with sidecars in the Southern California area. Often called sidecarcross racing or sidecar motorcross, these side-hack races took place on and off road, sometimes taking bikers into the SoCal desert. Teams from other side-hack associations, like the Sidecar Association of Canada, would come down for these well-known events. The SCSA was so popular that they even inspired the 1969 film, The Sidehackers. The film follows a motorbike mechanic/side-hack racer who seeks revenge on a biker gang who killed his fiancé.

Fits like a modern unisex adult large. Distressed with discoloration, stains, and holes throughout, see pics.