Motorcycle Mania: The Biker Book
Universe Pub., Jan 1, 1998 - Art - 126 pages
"When was the first motorcycle developed? Who holds the current speed record? What is the finest customized bike on the market? This two-wheeled odyssey through the history of the motorcycle showcases both the myriad design interpretations and the storied subcultures that the machine has inspired. The many guises of this modern cultural icon are revealed by motorcycle experts, covering subjects ranging from the history to the customization of the machine, vintage to contemporary riding gear, clubs and associations to bike culture and its heroes in life and on screen. Packed with full-color illustrations of distinctive and outrageous designs, motorcycle ephemera and fashions, and unforgettable moments, Motorcycle Mania is a captivating visual chronicle."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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