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  • American Iron Magazine Presents 1001 Harley-Davidson Facts

    American Iron Magazine Presents 1001 Harley-Davidson Facts

    Whether you're a casual rider, racer, or restorer, every Harley-Davidson enthusiasts will certainly find something of interest in this book for that next conversation with fellow hobbyists. This new book will keep Harley-Davidson enthusiasts entertained for hours, and makes for a great addition to any motorcycling library.

    $26.95
  • Gloria - A Lifetime Motorcyclist: 75 Years on Two Wheels and Still Riding

    Gloria - A Lifetime Motorcyclist: 75 Years on Two Wheels and Still Riding

    In Gloria Struck: 75 years on Two Wheels, Gloria Tramontin Struck shares with you all of her favorite stories, from back when she was being raised behind her father's motorcycle shop in Clifton NJ, through 75 years of riding tales, all the way to the present, where she is rightfully celebrated at motorcycles rallies and events.

    $24.95
  • Mick Walker: The Ride of My Life

    Mick Walker: The Ride of My Life

    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.

    $59.95
  • European Racing Motorcycles

    European Racing Motorcycles

    This book covers no fewer than 12 countries; all of which, although gaining a fair level of success, didn't quite justify a whole book to themselves.

    $46.95
  • British Racing Motorcycles

    British Racing Motorcycles

    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.

    $46.95
  • Colin Seeley . . . and the Rest - Volume 2

    Colin Seeley . . . and the Rest - Volume 2

    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.

    $66.95
  • The A-Z of Three-Wheelers: A definitive reference guide since 1769

    The A-Z of Three-Wheelers: A definitive reference guide since 1769

    Love them or loathe them the three-wheeler, Cycle-car or even Tri-car, has had an important impact in the development of the present day motor car. The A-Z of Three-Wheelers is a comprehensive guide to this classic mode of transport.

    $39.95
  • Japanese Production Racing Motorcycles

    Japanese Production Racing Motorcycles

    The Japanese had been involved with motorcycles since the beginning of the 20th century.

    $59.95
  • German Racing Motorcycles

    German Racing Motorcycles

    Germany's success contributed to the development of the sport in a wide variety of ways -- engineers, machines, riders, circuits, & even record-breakers.

    $46.95
  • Villiers: Everybody's Engine

    Villiers: Everybody's Engine

    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.

    $59.95
  • Rebel Read: The Prince of Speed

    Rebel Read: The Prince of Speed

    Britain's most successful motorcycle road racer, "Rebel Read", was never far from controversy. He frankly describes his life in the grand prix circus: the glamour, the danger, the money, the politics and the sex.

    $69.95
  • Ballington Unkorked: The Autobiography of a World Champion Road Racer

    Ballington Unkorked: The Autobiography of a World Champion Road 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.

    $66.95

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