The Build: How the Masters Design Custom Motorcycles
In The Build, Robert Hoekman Jr compiles insights from today's best builders to help you plot out your own beautiful beast. Loaded with photos, The Build features firsthand advice from the masters of moto design, including John Ryland (Classified Moto), Alan Stulberg (Revival Cycles), Jared Johnson (Holiday Customs), Jarrod DelPrado (DP Customs), and the legendary Max Hazan (Hazan Motorworks). The Build is as much a 192-page motorcycle art book as it is a blueprint to building the perfect custom bike. The book is the bible of custom motorcycle design, starting with an explanation of all the different bike styles, and then moving into a concise, easy-to-read guide that takes from finding a donor bike to figuring out how to alter the lines to your liking. The book also covers selecting and building parts, painting and finishing, and what kind of performance modifications might be appropriate. It's time to do it yourself. Get The Build.
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values
One of the most important and influential books written in the past half-century, Robert M. Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance is a powerful, moving, and penetrating examination of how we live . . . and a breathtaking meditation on how to live better. Here is the book that transformed a generation: an unforgettable narration of a summer motorcycle trip across America's Northwest, undertaken by a father and his young son. A story of love and fear -- of growth, discovery, and acceptance -- that becomes a profound personal and philosophical odyssey into life's fundamental questions, this uniquely exhilarating modern classic is both touching and transcendent, resonant with the myriad confusions of existence . . . and the small, essential triumphs that propel us forward.
Motorcycle Face Masks 2 Pieces Xpassion Skull Mask Half Face for Out Riding Motorcycle Black
What make Xpassion Tube Masks so special? Versatility: Strong stretch microfiber ensures Motley Tubes to be breathable, durable and comfortable. Outstanding flexible can make sure you can change this tube mask to any shape as you wish. Small and exquisite: Small pocket size and 30 gram in weight can make it easy to carry with you. Unrivalled Quality: We carefully handpicking all of the masks one by one and promise the mask you get would be the best quality. Unbeatable Price: Don't pass up a chance to own the best sports accessory at such unbeatable price! Unreserved Service: We promise you a hassle-free way to return any masks you're not 100% satisfied with. Package include: 2 of Xpassion Tube Masks Please go to our seller Information center for more Frequently Asked Questions.
MotoTec Gas Pocket Bike Motorcycle -Black - Non CA compliant
The MotoTec Gas Pocket Bike is a fun mini ride for kids and even adults who are big fans of small machines. This unit has a 33cc two-stroke motor that is EPA approved and air-cooled. To start the engine, just pull the lever. It requires gas to run so make sure you have it filled with unleaded or two-stroke oil 32:1 fuel to its maximum of 1.25 liters. This black MotoTec Pocket Bike has a cruising range of 20 miles per tank and can carry a maximum rider weight of 170 lbs. For better control and safety, it has two brakes, including one in front and one in the rear. The padded seat is meant for a single rider. The handlebar angle on this kids' pocket bike is adjustable to fit your comfort level. Non returnable item, manufacturer replacement parts only. Some assembly required.
Bathroom Book of Motorcycle Trivia: 360 days-worth of $#!+ you don't need to know, four days-worth of stuff that is somewhat useful to know, and one entry that's absolutely essential
Are you tired of those dog-eared old copies of Motorcyclist and Cycle World that have been sitting on your toilet tank, and that you’ve been flipping through once a day since 2004? Well, buy a copy of the Bathroom Book of Motorcycle Trivia, you’ll have 365 new entries to peruse. Day 20: What was the first production motorcycle with electronic fuel injection? (Honda CX500 Turbo, 1982) Day 106: Why is Mike Hailwood still the best road racer who’s ever lived, no matter what Valentino Rossi’s fans say? (Two words. No, two letters: TT) Day 193: How did that crazy guy who built ‘Roadog’ die? (Spoiler: In a police shoot-out!) Mark Gardiner is the author of the cult classic Riding Man, and a motorcycle journalist whose writing has appeared in every major English-language motorcycle magazine. He's written some of the most thoughtful, inspiring, and moving stories ever published about motorcycles. This book doesn't contain any that stuff.
The Art of the Racing Motorcycle: 100 Years of Designing for Speed
A lavishly illustrated and definitive look at the design evolution of the racing motorcycle. The dynamic between competition and design has always fueled the evolution of racing motorcycles and inspired astonishing feats of design and engineering. This book traces the development of the sport bike, from the earliest French motorcycles to the dominance of British machinery in the 1930s, the exotic Italian motorcycles of the 1950s and 1960s, the influence of American racing in the 1970s and 1980s, and today’s Japanese superbikes. More than fifty classic motorcycles—from Harley-Davidsons to Peugeots, Velocettes, Moto Guzzis, BMWs, Kawasakis, and Ducatis—are presented chronologically illustrated with stunning studio photographs that present the machines as works of art and wonders of design in themselves, accompanied by rare and beautiful archival images that place the subjects in the contexts of classic races, rallies, and motorcycle shows, and accompanied by essays revealing the legends behind the machines. Some of the championship motorcycles featured include the 1902 Manon, the 1922 Harley Davidson 8-valve, the 1935 Terrot 500, the 1948 AJS Porcupine, the 1954 Moto Guzzi V8, the 1965 Honda GP 250, The 1976 Suzuki RK67, the 1986 Cagiva GP, and the 1990 Ducati Supermono.
Discovering the Motorcycle: The History. The Culture. The Machines.
Discovering the Motorcycle is an extraordinary history of motorcycling from 1867 to the present. Each of the 12 chapters of this remarkable 510 page book is devoted to a major aspect of motorcycling; ranging from historical discussions of the machines that lead the way to today's modern sportsbikes, to vintage classics, choppers and bobbers, off-road machines, cafe racers, touring bikes, customs, a history of motorcycle racing, electric motorcycles, the motorcycle's impact on society, and great motorcycle museums. The book honors motorcycling's great makes, with over 1,000 photographs and illustrations. A special chapter is devoted to the four-hundred-year history of the engine. This book is an ideal addition to any motorsport enthusiast's library, and makes a perfect gift for the motorcycle enthusiast.
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