L.A. in the '70s
Come to Los Angeles! The sun shines bright, the beaches are wide and inviting, and the orange groves stretch as far as the eye can see, Los Angeles has long been known as a city of dreams, a tourist magnet and entertainment industry. If Los Angeles in the 60s was a groovy, dynamic adventure, then the 1970’s takes it to a whole other level. Before all the hipsters moved into the East Los Angeles neighborhoods, making the area cool central, the original "King of Cool," Steve McQueen, once called this place home. Great men over the years sat astride beautiful bikes were riding Mulholland Drive, overlooking Franklin Canyon in Los Angeles; both screen legends Steve McQueen and Paul Newman “The most famous blue eyes in movie history” were fanatical riders in their time. Their effortlessly macho mannerisms and laconic style have been emulated by Hollywood’s male actors ever since and Los Angeles soaked in effortless cool, dangerous masculinity and edgy charisma -- that are coveted by men and embraced by women.