Japanese motorcycle gangs. They can be seen wearing pilot jumpsuits and kamikaze headbands driving around roads and highways on souped up motorcycles decorated with battle flags and no mufflers meaning you can hear the full roar of their bike engines.

Bosozokus mostly consist of teenaged high school drop-outs unlike their western counterparts such as the Hells Angelswhich consist of mostly middle aged war veterans.

They are not as well known outside of Japan like the yakuza but they can be seen a lot in animes such as "Akira" and "GTO" or films like "Black Rain".
I was walking around the streets of Tokyo one night when I saw a gang of badass bosozoku rollin' on their stripped bikes.
by A friendly stranger May 27, 2005
Weird Japanese car customizing style. The cars are often 70s and 80s Japanese cars, but have 5 foot long front spoilers and over the top bodykits. Also common are 10 foot long exhaust pipes sticking straight up. Basically, it's exaggerating features of the car.
What the heck is that thing? It's like a cross between a ricer and a work of art
It's a Bosozoku car
A what?!
A Bosozoku. Japanese car customizing trend.
That's weird, but kinda cool.
I know.
Cool.
Bye.
by RoodDoodinabadMood March 28, 2013
Japanese motorcycle gangs. They can be seen wearing pilot jumpsuits and kamikaze headbands driving around roads and highways on souped up motorcycles decorated with battle flags and no mufflers meaning you can hear the full roar of their bike engines.

Bosozokus mostly consist of teenaged high school drop-outs unlike their western counterparts such as the Hells Angelswhich consist of mostly middle aged war veterans.

They are not as well known outside of Japan like the yakuza but they can be seen a lot in animes such as "Akira" and "GTO" or films like "Black Rain".
I was walking around the streets of Tokyo one night when I saw a gang of badass bosozoku rollin' on their stripped bikes.
by A friendly stranger May 27, 2005

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