MOTOR CYCLING IN THE 1930s
WRITTEN BY BOB CURRIE
This is an informed and comprehensive review of motor cycling in the 1930s, concentrating on the machines of that troubled decade, and also recalling the outside pressures which influenced the industry, the sport, and everyday rider.
Introduction / Slippery slope / Encourarement for tiddlers / Bargains all the way / Flying cinders / The wit and wisdom of Íxion’ / 1934 – and the clouds begin to lift / Shadows over the ISDT / The right crowd and no crowding / Catering for the clubman / The years of British racing dominance / Continental Challenge / Mud, glorious mud / Edward Turner’s trendsetters / Consolidation and apprehension / Fall of the curtain
The book is used, but it is in good condition, hard cover, 144 pages, English text.
ISBN : 0 600 34931 4