The Trials of Regaining the Motorcycle World ChampionshipAuthor: Togashi, YokoCode: 59466Price:AU $39.99Format: Hardback / 192 pages Publisher: VELOCE PUBLISHING LTD Published date:17/08/2021Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: August 2021
Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday. Hondas voracious success on track and showroom in the late Sixties turned them into world no 1. However, in the Seventies race winners were two-strokes; Honda didnt do two-strokes and sales were flagging. Rather than race a two-stroke Honda designed an immensely complicated bike to beat the two-strokes, the ......
Motorcycle Adventurers, Cruisers, Outlaws and Racers the World OverAuthor: d'Orleans, PaulCode: 60367Price:AU $64.00Format: Hardback / 192 pages Publisher: MOTOR BOOKS INTERNATIONAL Published date:30/04/2021Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: April 2021
In The Riders, photographer and author Henry von Wartenberg (Art of BMW Motorcycles) documents motorcycle culture around the world with stunning images created in more than 30 countries over the past 20 years.
The Story of Richard SeamanAuthor: Williams, RichardCode: 60429Price:AU $22.99Format: Paperback / 400 pages Publisher: SIMON & SCHUSTER LTD Published date:18/04/2021Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: April 2021
A tragic age and a tragic character, both seemingly compelled to destroy themselves...a chilling reminder of how little control we have over our fates Damon Hill
One of the greatest motor racing stories Nick Mason
Timely, vivid and enthralling … it’s unputdownable’ Miranda Seymour, author of The Bugatti ......
Author: Keating, R.K.Code: 59313Price:AU $92.40Format: Paperback / 342 pages Publisher: MCFARLAND & CO INC Published date:28/03/2021Availability:Please contact us for availability
A hybrid machine--powered at times by steam, electricity or internal combustion--the motorcycle in its infancy was an innovation to help bicycle racers go faster. As motor age technology advanced, the quest for greater speed at the velodrome peaked, with riders reaching up to 100 mph on pedal-started bikes without brakes, suspensions or gear ......