Bathroom Book of Motorcycle Trivia

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About the author:
Mark Gardiner is one of the world's most widely-published motorcycle journalists. In addition to his monthly columns in Classic Bike and on the MotorcycleUSA.com web site, his work has appeared in every major English-language motorcycle publication and been translated into a dozen languages. He's the author of the cult classic memoir Riding Man, which is in development as a feature film. He's also the subject of the acclaimed documentary One Man's Island.

Bathroom Book of Motorcycle Trivia
 

360 days-worth of $#!+ you don't need to know, four days-worth of stuff that is somewhat useful to know, and one entry that's absolutely essential

Authored by Mark Gardiner

Are you tired of those dog-eared old copies of Motorcyclist and Cycle World that have been sitting on your toilet tank, and that you've been flipping through once a day since 2004? Well, buy a copy of the Bathroom Book of Motorcycle Trivia, you'll have 365 new entries to peruse.

Day 20: What was the first production motorcycle with electronic fuel injection? (Honda CX500 Turbo, 1982)
Day 106: Why is Mike Hailwood still the best road racer who's ever lived, no matter what Valentino Rossi's fans say? (Two words. No, two letters: TT)
Day 193: How did that crazy guy who built 'Roadog' die? (Spoiler: In a police shoot-out!)

Mark Gardiner is the author of the cult classic Riding Man, and a motorcycle journalist whose writing has appeared in every major English-language motorcycle magazine. He's written some of the most thoughtful, inspiring, and moving stories ever published about motorcycles. This book doesn't contain any that stuff.


Publication Date:
Oct 17 2012
ISBN/EAN13:
0979167345 / 9780979167348
Page Count:
244
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Transportation / Motorcycles / General




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