Join motorcycle enthusiast, writer, and journeyman machinist Bob Tyson as he highlights vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycles in Harley Davidson Memories: The Golden Age of Motorcycling. Born into a family rich in Harley-Davidson history, Tyson tells their stories as well as others’ accounts and adventures from the Golden Years of motorcycling. With a foreword written by Jay Leno, this unique book features a large collection of photographssome never-before-publishedand Harley-Davidson advertisements from the early 1900s. So sit back and enjoy the ride of your life on these antique bikes.
|Publisher:||Turner Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||Survival of the Fittest||5|
|Chapter 2||Things to Do, Places to Go!||19|
|Chapter 3||Polo Anyone?||38|
|Chapter 4||The Good Old Days||63|
|Chapter 5||Mail Order Motorcycling||89|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Bob Tyson captured the essence of the early days of motorcycle history. The writing was easy to read and interesting. I really enjoy the journey that this book took me on back to the wonderful days of early motorcycling. I have read a number of books on motorcycling including the books from the Davidsons family and this book is up there with the best. Thanks Again Bob for the wonderful adventure.
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