How motorcycles evolved from crude, steam-driven two-wheelers of the 19th century to present-day crotch rockets is detailed in this book. Motorcycle: Evolution, Design, Passion is a well-documented visceral treat covering the essentials of bike development and design. It also dabbles on the politics it stirred up at different points in history. Motorcycle historian and racer Mick Walker walks you through the original designs of Gottlieb Daimier, Harley-Davidson and other noted makers, illustrating the evolution of the machine from merely getting you from point A to point B to becoming a symbol of freedom and individuality.
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