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Vintage Motorcycle Roadracing By Michael Fernandez
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Calendar 2017: Vintage motorcycle road racing from, Germany, Texas, and Oklahoma. Produced by national award winning photojournalist, Michael Fernandez.
The Big Marusho Motorcycle Manual By Ralph Walker
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Marusho motorcycle reference material from the Marusho / Lilac Motorcycle Register and MarushoLilac.com. Essential for the vintage Japanese motorcycle restorer or enthusiast with an interest in these... More > elegant Japanese copies of the BMW R50. The motorcycles were imported into the USA between 1964 and 1967 when the manufacturer, the Lilac Motorcycle Company, went out of business due to competition from Honda, Yamaha and others. Fewer than 1000 of these motorcycles were produced but a large percentage of them have survived and the Marusho/Lilac community is as active as ever. Coil binding for lay-flat utility, US letter size, color covers with 196 pages of reference material. Check out the 2mb 14-page preview to see the list of manuals and documents included. Your book will be of somewhat higher quality than the preview. Future plans include production of the BIG Lilac Motorcycle Manual, to cover the 50cc-350cc models.< Less
War Bike: British Military Motorcycling 1899-1919 By Martin Gegg
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This is the story of British Military Motorcycling from the pioneering days of the 1890s until the end of the First World War. Using original War Office documents contemporary reports and... More > photographs the Author guides the reader though the evolution of the Despatch Rider as a vital cog in the military wheel. Read how a pioneer cyclist developed the concept of the Despatch Rider and took on a cautious War Office immersed in the transition from horse-power to mechanised transport. The author moves from the historic backdrop of Brooklands Circuit to the barren landscape of the military Front, telling the story of those men and women volunteers who took their motorcycles to War for the first time. Old Bike Mart Says: "Well Written and Historically accurate, Warbike is a great read for anyone interested in the history of motorcycling and the motorcycle's vital WW1 role"< Less
My CB750 book, paperback edition, 8.5x11 size By Mark Paris
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This is a full-color, in-depth, authoritative (some say definitive) Shop Manual and Reference Guide for rebuilding the 1969-1978 CB750 SOHC4 Honda motorcycle, with a 40-year perspective. This is a... More > book about putting them back on the road for a long, reliable ride, written by a long-time Honda motorcycle mechanic. Included is some history, the undocumented internal changes, step-by-step rebuilding instructions, performance enhancement secrets, idiosyncracies of the bike, and tuning and maintenance tips. Modern-day vendors of parts for these machines are mentioned in the text. While written primarily for the K1-K6 models of these bikes, support is given to the K0, "F", and K7/8 series of the bikes as well. The purpose behind this book: to help you rebuild one of these great motorcycles.< Less
My CB750 Book, Paperback Size A4 By Mark Paris
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In Euro size, this is a full-color, in-depth, authoritative (some even say definitive) Shop Manual and Reference Guide for rebuilding the 1969-1978 CB750 SOHC4 Honda motorcycle, with a 40 year... More > perspective. Written by a long-time Honda mechanic, this book provides some history of the bikes, along with step-by-step rebuilding instructions, in-depth theory of how motorcycles work, improvements, performance enhancement secrets, and tuning and maintenance tips. Some modern-day vendors and suppliers are mentioned in the text. While written primarily for the CB750K1-K6 models, support is given to the K0 and the later "F" and K7/8 series bikes as well. The purpose behind this book: to help you rebuild your own CB750 motorcyle for a long, reliable ride.< Less
My CB750 book, Hardcover Edition By Mark Paris
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This is an authoritative, full-color, coffeetable-quality Shop Manual and Reference Guide for rebuilding the 1969-1978 CB750 SOHC4 Honda motorcycle, with a 40-year perspective. Included is some... More > history, full step-by-step how-to for rebuilding, the undocumented internal changes and idiosyncracies of the bike, performance enhancements, and tuning and maintenance tips. Also included are in-depth theory sections on how motorcyles work. Modern-day parts vendors are referenced in the text. While focused primarily on the K1-K6 models, support is given for the K0, "F", and K7/8 series bikes as well. The purpose behind this book: to help you rebuild one of these great motorcycles and put it back on the road.< Less
The Design Firm Chopper By Aluby's Photography, by , ©2007
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Choke Nu-Vintage Choppers,inc. This is Chopper designed for The Design Firm.
Half a Step Ahead: Learning My Way Around a Motor Scooter By Brian Jeffrey Street
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"NOT ONE STEP AHEAD, BUT A HALF—ENOUGH TO MAKE PEOPLE RETHINK WHAT A SCOOTER COULD DO FOR THEM AND THEY WITH IT." That was the philosophy behind the creation of one of Yamaha's most... More > popular two-wheeled vehicles, the CV80 "Beluga"—known as the "Riva" when it was released in the United States in 1983 and by various other nicknames around the world until the model was discontinued in 1987. It also sums up the author's experiences over several years of owning and tinkering with one and then another CV80, as well as a few other vintage motor scooters. "HALF A STEP AHEAD" is a personal and practical guide that's accessible enough to encourage a novice, yet sufficiently technical to offer insights of value to even the most practised scooter mechanic. Though things seldom go according to the author's plan, what's most important (as he discovers) is learning to enjoy the ride.< Less
Half a Step Ahead: Learning My Way Around A Motor Scooter By Brian Jeffrey Street
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"Not one step ahead, but a half - enough to make people rethink what a scooter could do for them and they with it." That was the philosophy behind the creation of one of Yamaha's most... More > popular two-wheeled vehicles, the CV80 "Beluga"-known as the "Riva" when it was released in the United States in 1983 and by various other nicknames around the world until the model was discontinued in 1987. It also sums up the author's experiences over several years of owning and tinkering with one and then another CV80, as well as a few other vintage motor scooters. "HALF A STEP AHEAD" is a personal and practical guide that's accessible enough to encourage a novice, yet sufficiently technical to offer insights of value to even the most practised scooter mechanic. Though things seldom go according to the author's plan, what's most important (as he discovers) is learning to enjoy the ride.< Less
Half a Step Ahead: Learning My Way Around a Motor Scooter By Brian Jeffrey Street
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"NOT ONE STEP AHEAD, BUT A HALF—ENOUGH TO MAKE PEOPLE RETHINK WHAT A SCOOTER COULD DO FOR THEM AND THEY WITH IT." That was the philosophy behind the creation of one of Yamaha's most... More > popular two-wheeled vehicles, the CV80 "Beluga"—known as the "Riva" when it was released in the United States in 1983 and by various other nicknames around the world until the model was discontinued in 1987. It also sums up the author's experiences over several years of owning and tinkering with one and then another CV80, as well as a few other vintage motor scooters. "HALF A STEP AHEAD" is a personal and practical guide that's accessible enough to encourage a novice, yet sufficiently technical to offer insights of value to even the most practised scooter mechanic. Though things seldom go according to the author's plan, what's most important (as he discovers) is learning to enjoy the ride.< Less