WRITTEN BY ALLAN GIRDLER
Machines and men from flat track, hillclimb, speedway, motocross and road racing
This “review” starts in the early 1930s, after the board tracks, after the overpowering success of the Wrecking Crew and its eight-valve twins, after the ear-splitting Pea Shooters, at the beginning of a new era of American racing organized by a reorganized AMA. A time ripe for a new style of Harley racer based loosely on production designs.
1. The birth of showroom stock (1934-51)
2. Reign of flatheads (1952-69)
3. Lightweight (1961-86)
4. Modern times (1970-86)
The book is used, but it is in a good condition, soft cover, 191 pages, English text.
ISBN : 0-87938-260-0