The Ultimate Harley-Davidson Book

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Dorling Kindersley, 2003 - Transportation - 208 pages
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This book charts the rise of the Harley-Davidson Company and its bikes decade by decade, from the historic moment when the first model rolled out of a backyard shed in Milwaukee, through Harley's post-war golden age, to the sought-after bikes that distinguish the company today.

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User Review  - janae107 -

Good as a reference book on the HD Motorcycles however not as entertaining to the general public as it would be to Harley fanatics I would think. I was hoping this would be a good coffee table book for a Harleylover I know but its not as cool as the cover leads you to believe. Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Hugo Wilson writes for and edits several motorcycle publications, which he describes as "probably the best job in the world." He has owned and ridden a vast range of bikes, and his current favorite motorcycle activities include track days, trail riding, and overseas touring. Wilson is the author of several bestselling DK books on motorcycles.

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