BEING THERE – HUGH ANDERSON AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
WRITTEN BY HUGH ANDERSON
Read for the first time and in his own words the untold story of New Zealand’s motorcycle legend Hugh Anderson. He won four World Championships on 50cc and 125cc Suzuki’s at the dawn of the Grand Prix two stroke era, and with 25 Grand Prix wins and 47 podium positions, was at the time of his retirement, the sixth most successful rider in the history of the World Championship series. He went on to help Suzuki develop the motocross bike that delivered more world titles.
And if that was not enough, Hugh went on to finish in the top four in over 40 European International Motocross events.
Some reader’s reactions :
Ferry Brouwer :“What a book, what a work, what a memory and written in such a beautiful style. It feels so familiar, it has made me laugh and brought tears to my eyes. Hugh, I applaud you for this masterpiece.”
Kenny Roberts, Wayne Rainey, Max Biaggi: What do these world champions have in common? Christchurch’s renowned Mike Sinclair was their chief engineer and a consultant during the development of the Magnificent Britten. “What a great book Hugh. Thank you for taking the time and the work to put it all down on paper, a great manual for future generations of kiwi riders. It’s nice to read such a good account by one of the very best.”
The book is new, soft cover, 376 pages, English text.
ISBN : 978-0-473-29994-1