Author: Pereira, ChrisCode: 51010Price:AU $37.91Format: Hardback / 128 pages Publisher: VELOCE PUBLISHING LTD Published date:28/05/2018Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: May 2018
A fascinating history of Continental motorcycle racing, from the pre-war period through to the 1970s. Covering the British riders and privateers from around the world, who earned their living competing in Grand Prix races and events on the circuits of Europe - for the racers an exciting and nomadic existence, known as the `Continental Circus.'
Author: Foster, PeterCode: 21337Price:AU $12.30(was
AU $40.99)Format: Hardback / 160 pages Publisher: STAR BOOK SALES Published date:15/03/2009Availability:Sold Out
Flat track racing is very much an "only in America" sport. Some say "Americans racing motorcycles like they race horses!" Others say "the only simple and pure racing left in today's massively complicated world." The Complete Book of Flat Track Racing, when first published in 1978, was a celebration. This brand new edition sticks to the original ......
Author: Rocky RobinsonCode: 19571Price:AU $10.50(was
AU $34.99)Format: Hardback / 256 pages Publisher: JIM OLDROYD BOOKS Published date:01/07/2007Availability:Available. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
Some records are made to be broken. Others stand for a lifetime. And sometimes the achievement of a lifetime is surpassed in days. In the world of motorsports, the one record that has proven the toughest to break is the motorcycle land speed record. Don Vesco rode a streamlined motorcycle to a record-breaking speed of 318 miles per hour at the ......
Author: John SteinCode: 19688Price:AU $79.95Format: Hardback / 176 pages Publisher: PARKER HOUSE PUBLISHING INC Published date:01/07/2007Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
In 2006 the World Motorcycle Speed Record was set and broken by two machines and almost broken by a third bike. this book tells the story of the amazing events at Bonneville when the two-wheelers had a most unusual 11 miles (17.6 km) of salt to run on and took full advantage of it. It is a great read for any fan of speed, particularly speed on two ......