Best Motorcycle Pictorials Books
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1. How to Draw Fortnite Minecraft Roblox: 3 in 1 Drawing Book: An Unofficial Fortnite Minecraft Roblox Drawing Guide With Easy Step by Step Instructions … More! (Unofficial Activity Book for Ages 10+)
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2. Harley-Davidson: The Complete History
Author: by Darwin Holmstrom
Cruise through this collection of Harley-Davidson’s most iconic motorcycles! When most people imagine a motorcycle, chances are they picture a Harley-Davidson. That’s because Harley-Davidson machines look the way the primordial biker inside each of us feels a motorcycle should look.
In short, Harley-Davidson makes mythic bikes. Harley-Davidson: The Complete History celebrates these iconic motorcycles, presenting them all in one beautifully illustrated book. The most beloved and recognizable motorcycles are included here: the Knucklehead, the Panhead, the Peashooter, the KR, the Sportster, the XR750, the Shovelhead, the Evolution, the Twin Cam, the V-Rod, and all the rest.
Pages in the book reveal historic images as well as modern photos from the top motorcycle photographers working today. Additionally, there are chapters from some of the most celebrated motorcycle writers of all time-Peter Egan, Kevin Cameron, Ed Youngblood, Allan Girdler, Steve Anderson, and many more.
3. McQueen's Motorcycles: Racing and Riding with the King of Cool
Author: by Matt Stone
The long-departed Steve McQueen is still the coolest man on two wheels. Get an intimate look at his coolest bikes right here, right now, in McQueen’s Motorcycles. Even thirty years after his death, Steve McQueen remains a cultural icon. His image continues to appear in advertising and pop culture and his fan base spans from car lovers to racing enthusiasts to motorcycle obsessives.
In his movies, McQueen’s character always had an envy-inducing motorcycle or car, but in his personal life, motorcycles were always McQueen’s first true love. McQueen’s Motorcycles focuses on the bikes that the King of Cool raced and collected. From the first Harley McQueen bought when he was an acting student in New York to the Triumph “desert sleds” and Huskys he desert raced all over California, Mexico, and Nevada, McQueen was never without a stable of two wheelers.
His need for speed propelled him from Hollywood into a number of top off-road motorcycle races, including the Baja 1000, Mint 400, Elsinore Grand Prix, and even as a member of the 1964 ISDT team in Europe. Determined to be ahead of the pack, McQueen maintained his body like it was a machine itself.
4. Two Wheels South: A Motocycle Adventure from Brooklyn to Ushuaia
Author: by Gestalten
gestalten (June 25, 2019)
Go on the trip of a lifetime. Two Wheels South shows you how to realize your own journey. Two friends take the motorcycle trip of their lifeFrom Brooklyn to Patagonia. Matias Corea shares his insights on how to prepare, choose the right motorcycle, what to pack, how to plan the route, where to camp and last but not least: How to prepare your mind.
Setbacks and breaking down are part of the adventure, but preparation and being on the road teach you the confidence to tackle any problem. Follow Matias Corea and his friend Joel through the American South, Central America over the Darien Gap and beyond, over wooden cracking jungle bridges in Colombia and to dry lake high plateaus in Argentina.
Feel the character of the roads and the smell of nature: Riding a motorcycle is one of the purest forms of traveling. After 7 months and 13 countries Matias and Joel have learned a lot while riding down south on their trusty BMW air-cooled G / S overland haulers and are ready to share their experience.
5. Harley-Davidson: A History of the World’s Most Famous Motorcycle (Shire Library USA)
Author: by Margie Siegal
Harley-Davidson: words that evoke the open American road and the Made in America tradition like no others. The sweeping chopper handlebars, the distinctive throaty low speed rumble of the engine and the unmistakable logo are all recognized the world over.
This book expertly ties together the mechanical evolution of Harley’s engines from the earliest motorized pedal bicycles to the iconic heavyweight twin cylinder V-engines we know and love today and the social history of the brand’s phenomenal rise in the twentieth century, as innovative survivor of the Great Depression, supplier of the military during both World Wars and enduring symbol of freedom and rebellion.
It is fully illustrated with pictures of the bikes and those who have ridden them as well as examples of Harley-Davidson’s distinctive design aesthetic in advertising and collectibles.
6. Indian Motorcycle: 120 Years of America’s First Motorcycle Company
Author: by Darwin Holmstrom
This officially licensed 120th anniversary edition of Indian Motorcycle tells the complete story of Indian Motorcycle, America’s first mass-produced motorcycle maker, from its start as a bicycle manufacturer to the purchase of the brand by Polaris Industries in 2011 and the subsequent new Indian motorcyclesupdated to include new photography, the story of the latest models, including the FTR1200, Chieftain, Challenger, and Roadmaster, and Indian Motorcycle’s return to racing.
In the early years of the 20th century, Indian Motorcycle dominated the world’s racetracks and showrooms, earning the brand a worldwide reputation for quality, performance, reliability, and technical innovation with such classic machines as the Chief, Scout and Four. But the once-mighty company fell on hard times and in 1953 was forced to file bankruptcy.
The Indian Motorcycle brand never quite died, however, thanks in large part to fanatically devoted enthusiasts, who tried to resurrect it for over half a century. Finally, Polaris, maker of the highly regarded Victory brand of motorcycles, purchased the brand and released the Chief and Scout, models that once again restored Indian Motorcycle to its rightful place in the motorcycle pantheon.
7. Vespa: Style and Passion
Author: by Valerio Boni
Perfect in its compactness, in its functionality, and in its widely imitated design, the Vespa scooter is not only a means of transport, but a true icon. In celebration of Vespa’s 75th anniversary, Vespa: Style and Passion is the lavishly illustrated official history of the legendary scooters and the culture they’ve inspired.
Introduced by the Italian firm Piaggio in 1946 with the model 98, Vespa enjoyed quick success. The scooters’ diminutive size and affordability were perfect for promoting postwar mobility. But as with most novel designs, it would also be highly imitated, destined for icon status.
From Piaggio’s origins to the first Vespa prototypes to today’s forward-looking Elettrica model, Vespa: Style and Passion is the ultimate retrospective of this beloved brand. A rich selection of visuals includes dozens of studio images of the most significant models from throughout Vespa historyincluding classics like the 125, 150 GS, Super Sprint, Primavera, and Rallyas well as period advertisements, rare archival photographs, and images of Vespas in popular culture and motorsport.
8. The Complete Book of Moto Guzzi: 100th Anniversary Edition Every Model Since 1921 (Complete Book Series)
Author: by Ian Falloon
The Complete Book of Moto Guzzi: 100th Anniversary Edition, Every Model Since 1921, written by respected motorcycle expert Ian Falloon, offers enthusiasts a thorough review of Guzzi’s storied 100-year history via all of its production models. The oldest European motorcycle manufacturer in continuous production, Italy’s Moto Guzzi has built some of the most iconic motorcycles ever produced.
Established in 1921, the company is one of the most traditional motorcycle makers and also one of the most innovative. Carlo Guzzi’s first engine design, a horizontal single, defined Moto Guzzi’s road-going motorcycles for the company’s first 45 years. In the 1950s, Moto Guzzi experienced tremendous success in Grand Prix motorcycle racing.
Today, Moto Guzzi has a higher profile than ever, thanks to its popularity among enthusiast celebrities like Ewan McGregor. This new edition of The Complete Book of Moto Guzzi includes a 100th anniversary introduction, new photography, and additional pages to cover the newest models from 2018 to 2020.
9. The MotoLady's Book of Women Who Ride: Motorcycle Heroes, Trailblazers & Record-Breakers
Author: by Alicia Mariah Elfving
Motorbooks (May 25, 2021)
Written and curated by Alicia Mariah Elfving, founder of TheMotoLady. Com and the Women’s Motorcycle Show, and arguably the most notable advocate for women in the motorcycling hobby, The MotoLady’s Book of Women Who Ride subverts all the tired women-and-motorcycle tropes, offering the true stories of the women past and present who ride and wrench as well as anyone, proving every bit as indispensable to maintaining and growing a positive motorcycling culture.
Historically, depictions of women in motorcycle culture tend to objectifyfrom the outlaw motorcycle club biker babe to cheesecake photography to posturing celebrities with motorcycles as props. The truth is much different. From the early days of motorcycle culture more than 100 years ago, women have played a central role in making the motorcycle a legitimate form of transportation, recreation, and motorsport.
Elfving presents more than 70 figures in the motorcycle world, from the Americas to Europe and even the Middle East and South Asiastunt riders, racers, builders, customizers, organizers, and more. Elfving links today’s women motorcyclists with those of the past and illustrates the freedom represented by two wheels, and how motorcycles allow women to transcend cultural expectations confidently.
10. Summer Camp Journal Memories 2021: Camping Journal, Camping Notebook, Kids Camp, Summer Vacation, Camping Memories Notebook, Campers gift, Summer Camp Diary, Girl, Boys
Author: by Senior Reddington
Get ready for this year’s summer and get this notebook to write your diary and all your adventuresThis wonderful notebook has been designed in bright colors to suit all your aspirations. You can present it to your best friends or your children.
Just wish them a happy summer vacation
11. Too Far Gone
Author: by Todd Blubaugh
Written with raw emotion just days after the tragic loss of his parents, Todd Blubaugh takes a voyage of American discovery and self-healing on his beloved hand-built motorbike. This compilation of real stories, mixed media and both urban and remote landscape photography tell the story of a man’s intuitive understanding of himself and people within their environments.
Todd Blubaugh quit his job in pursuit of adventure on the open road. His long-planned trip criss-crossing the nation was meant to be an escape and an opportunity to forge a new existence while pursuing his twin passions for photography and motorcycle culture.
With the passing of Todd’s parents only days before his expected departure, his journey took on unanticipated gravity. All told, Todd spent six months on the road, touching down in various U.S. Cities during his transcontinental trip. His time spent traveling marks a personal sea change, and a period of great self-discovery.
Too Far Gone is the photographic and anecdotal account of his experiences, presented through short vignettes as well as personal letters and artifacts. Threads of human experience weave throughout the text, presented in Todd’s compassionate voice and provide the reader with deep access to every detail of his trip, from the fine points of motorcycle culture to the stories of Todd’s life on the road.
12. Classic Motorcycles: The Art of Speed
Author: by Pat Hahn
Finally!The world’s most incredible motorcycles are given the artful representation they deserve. Classic Motorcycles: The Art of Speed is a stunning visual encyclopedia of history’s best bikes. The motorcycle should have disappeared when Henry Ford’s Model T usurped the motorcycle’s position as a primary form of utilitarian transportation.
But a funny thing happened on the way to extinction – the motorcycle not only survived, but thrived. Written by noted motorcycle author Patrick Hahn, Classic Motorcycles: The Art of Speed presents the history of motorcycling as told through the most significant, iconic, classic motorcycles of all time, with both period photography and modern portrait photography.
All the best domestic and international makes are represented here, from BMWs, Indians, and Triumphs to Vincents, Ducatis, and Harley-Davidsons – the most classic models. You’ll drool over the 1933 Matchless Silver Hawk, and you’ll want to tear out the page displaying the 1956 Triumph Thunderbird and frame it.
13. The Complete Book of BMW Motorcycles: Every Model Since 1923 (Complete Book Series)
Author: by Ian Falloon
Motorbooks (May 26, 2020)
The Complete Book of BMW Motorcycles offers a thorough year-by-year guide to every production machine ever built by Germany’s leading motorcycle manufacturer. From the first model, the 1923 R32 that launched BMW’s motorcycle dynasty, to the latest (and fastest) superbike, the S1000RR, this book captures nearly a century of motorcycling excellence in a combination of historic and contemporary photos.
Technical specs are provided for each model. This comprehensive review covers all of BMW’s bike families: The side-valve machines from the early yearsThe early overhead-valve performance bikesThe modern Airheads and OilheadsThe four-cylinder and six-cylinder touring bikesThe early pushrod singlesThe modern overhead-cam singlesThe latest parallel twins, and inline-four cylinder sport bikesAmong them, you’ll find all the classic bikespre-World War II BMWs like the R5 that defined performance in that era; the military R12 that carried the Wehrmacht as it blitzkrieged its way across Europe; the Earles-forked R69S that offered the perfect platform for mounting a Steib sidecar; the R90S caf racer; the K1 flying brick; and the GS (Gelnde Sport) series that launched a dual-sport revolution right up to today’s world-class S100RR and retro-inspired R nine T.
14. Trucking Business Startup: Everything You Need to Know to Start, Run, and Scale a Profitable Trucking Company
Author: by Ryan Butler
Are you interested in setting up your own trucking business? Have spent many years working in the trucking business, and decided now is the right time to branch out and set up your own company? Have you recently moved into the trucking business, but have finances and ideas on how the business would run better if you were in charge?
Have you never worked in the trucking business before, but you have heard it is a solid area of work to set up your own business in and you need guidance on how to do so? If any of those statements sound like you, then Trucking Business Startup is a book that you cannot afford to miss, or you risk making simple mistakes that could cost you thousands of dollars!
Isn’t it worth investing in yourself now, to make sure that you don’t have to pay out ten times more in the future, because you passed on learning the vital content found in this book? This go-to source for anything and everything related to setting up your own trucking business is a book that you will not read once and place to one side.
15. The Art of the Vintage Motorcycle
Author: by Serge Bueno
A beautiful and comprehensive celebration of the art and design of classic motorcycles, from the early twentieth century through the 1950s. This is the most beautiful book of its kind: celebrating the art and design of the luxury motorcycle by presenting forty of the best-designed and most enduringly iconic motorcycles ever made, spanning half a century.
The book showcases forty rare and exceptional motorcycles, from 1905 to 1956, presented in chronological order, illustrated with stunning studio photographs that present the machines as works of art and wonders of design in themselves. An international roster is featured: a 1905 Peugeot Factory Racer, a 1916 Indian Power Plus, a 1929 Majestic, a 1936 Excelsior Manxman, a 1951 Harley Davidson 750CC WR, a 1951 Vincent 1000CC Black Shadow, and a 1955 Triumph Tiger Cub, among others.
Written by a motorcycle collector and expert, the book presents the history of the motorcycle through the most significant makes of all time. Each is accompanied by detailed images and texts covering the bike’s background, legends behind the machines, feats of design and engineering, and tales of classic races, rallies, and motorcycle shows.
16. The Motorcycle: Design, Art, Desire
Author: by Ultan Guilfoyle
An essential and compelling exploration of the design, history, and culture of the motorcycle – an icon of the machine ageMotorcycles are ubiquitous in the world’s streets and cities, evolving over decades in engineering and design to meet individual transportation needs.
With the coming demise of the internal combustion engine and the rise of electric powered vehicles, motorcycle design is being revolutionized by new technologies, the demands of climate change, and global social transformation. The Motorcycle: Desire, Art, Design traces the exciting evolution of this automotive icon – and the culture of desire, freedom, and rebellion that surrounds it.
The Motorcycle showcases 100 superb examples of motorcycle design from the late 19th century to the present day and beyond to the technological innovations of the future. Beautifully illustrated with newly commissioned photography and archival ephemera, this visually arresting survey will prove compulsive reading to design lovers and motorcycle fans alike.