JUST FOR THE THRILL
WRITTEN BY ROY HARRIS
The Seventies has long been recognised, both by those who competed and those who watched, as a remarkable period for competitive motorcycling in Northern Ireland and is looked back on with fond nostalgia by hosts of motorcycle fans.
Packed with extensive reviews of events, over 400 black and white photographs and a series of essays by some of the leading characters of the time like Ray McCullough and Dennis McBride where they share their memories of the sport, Just for the Thrill captures the high points and low points of the three main branches of the sport – Racing, Motocross and Trials – through the decade and will be a must have for any fan of motorcycle sport.
1970 Dennis McBride remembers .. The Trophee des Nations
1971 Alfie Mayrs remembers .. The Manx Team Award
Jim Atkinson remembers .. Cookstown and District Motorcycle Club
1972 Mickey Lavery remebers .. Racing and Tom Herron
Harold Crooks remembers .. Commentating
1973 Ray McCullough remembers .. Racing
1974 Kenny McKee remembers .. Trials
Drew Armstrong remembes .. Lightweight Motor Cycle Club (Ulster) Ltd.
1975 John Smyth remembers .. Racing and Fablon Cranks
1976 Roy Harris remembers .. The Enkalon Club
Richard Agnew remembers .. Timekeeping
1977 Denis Quinn remembers .. The 200 Class
1978 Con Law remembers .. The Manx
1979 Ian McIntosh remembers .. The Scottish Connection
The book has been used, but it is in a very good condition, soft cover, 286 pages, English text.
ISBN : 978-1-910657-02-7