Inside you will find over 350 color photos and wiring illustrations spread across 144 pages. Everything from basic chopper wiring diagrams and schematics to complex factory schematics - as well as a complete, start-to-finish harness install sequence.
Over 200 black and white images, many supplied by the various police departments, give this book a fresh perspective on a unique group of American motorcycles. This book also contains anecdotes as told by the cycle-cops themselves.
What's old is new again, and the newest trend on the block is Cafe; Racers. Written by well-known motorcycle and automotive author Doug Mitchel, How to Build a Cafe Racer is your essential guide to building a Cafe Racer.
This story gives insight into the complexities of the sport technically, physically, and mentally and highlights the extreme danger faced by riders when classic high-speed circuits were still in use in Europe and rider safety was a low priority.
There was a time when virtually every manufacturer in Great Britain listed a racing machine in his catalog & every firm was anxious for the publicity resulting from success in a major event. For a long time British machines dominated the scene.
This book covers the development of the Mk3 and 4 Seeley, his involvement with Bernie Eccelstone, the Seeley Hondas, Seeley TL200 Trails Bike, Seeley Quickfit, his involvement with Brabham Cars and Formula One, and more.
Mick Walker has written about most of the world's classic marques and many of the sport's greatest riders, including a variety of experiences as a rider, dealer, importer, tuner, team boss, and author.
This book sets out to record the amazing achievements of a real British industrial empire, the Wolverhampton-based Villiers Engineering Company; spanning over 100 years of production, from the original cycle business to the final sell-off.