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.
There are some superbikes—well, somewhat super—that have been overlooked. Let’s call them the mighty mini-multis.
For example, about 209 years after Moto-Guzzi dazzled the GP racing circuit with its V-8, and after its merger with the De Tomaso Group, it produced one of the most interesting mighty mini-multis ever built for the consumer market. It was known simply as the 254.
People have different passions for different reasons. It’s the bike they had in high school..
Honda VF Series Motorcycle History Honda was not the first motorcycle manufacturer to build bikes..
Rider’s Library Retro Review Roy Bacon started writing books and articles about motorcycles and motorcycle..
100 Years of Harley-Davidson Of all the centennial celebratory books about Harley-Davidson, there was only..
Motorcycle – the Making of a Harley-Davidson It’s 1983. Big hair is in, Harley-Davidsons are..
Honda Gold Wing Having caught most of the world off guard with the introduction of..
Harley-Davidson Knucklehead History It is perhaps one of the most coveted types of American Classic..
Motorcycle Library Retro Review Just when you thought Ultimate MotorCycling has covered all the encyclopedias..
Motorcycle Library Retro Review Not every motorcycle manufacturer has enough history to warrant a detailed..