The 1960s were a tumultuous time around the world, and England was no exception. Baby boomers were just entering their teen years — and they were wilder, more rebellious, and more obsessed with their own identities than their parents had ever had the time to be.
These teens fell into two primary camps: mods and rockers. The mods were the stylish kids – fans of psychedelic rock who wore skinny ties and suits and rode around the streets of England on scooters. The rockers were the tough kids; clad in leather, they greased their hair up into pompadours and took to the roads on motorcycles.