Over the past three years, since we started offering reviews of the latest in new motorcycle literature and some of the greats of the past in our “Rider’s Library” section, we have come across some enlightening, entertaining and profound reading. In all, we’ve done reviews and retro-reviews on 70 motorcycle books. With so much more out there, we’re not done yet.
Author Richard Renstrom has a depth and breadth of experience with motorcycles of nearly all brands and types that is difficult to top. In a career spanning from 1962 to 1985, Renstrom published more than 800 works on motorcycles and their history.
Who hasn’t mused about how cool it would be to ride the latest, greatest, top-secret prototype motorcycles under development by one of the world’s premier motorcycle manufacturers? It’s got to be the dream gig on the planet with no down side, right?
How to Build a Café Racer by Doug Mitchel Back in July, 2014, we reviewed..
Ultimate Motorcycles – Reader’s Rides Perhaps no book we’ve reviewed for Ultimate MotorCycling’s Rider’s Library..
The Complete Book of Classic and Modern Triumph Motorcycles, 1937-Today There are quite a few..
First, a disclaimer. Robert M . Pirsig’s book, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance..
There aren’t enough women writing books about motorcycles. That’s not a purely mathematical observation. Rather,..
Rider’s Library Retro Review Roy Bacon started writing books and articles about motorcycles and motorcycle..
Harley-Davidson Sportster Performance Handbook Review Buzz Buzzelli not only has long experience as a top..
100 Years of Harley-Davidson Of all the centennial celebratory books about Harley-Davidson, there was only..