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Not So Innocent Abroad [Motorcycle Touring], Archbold, George
1 Archbold, George Not So Innocent Abroad [Motorcycle Touring]
London Jarrolds Publishers 1957 First edition Hardcover Very Good very good 
Red cloth with black spine titles, dust jacket, 14 by 21.6 cm, 183 pp., illus. Light bumping to the lower corners of the boards, faint yellowing of the textblock, and foxing on the top edge of the text block; the jacket has light wear and some small tears at the head of the spine panel. From the front flap: “This is the personal story of one man’s outward journey by motor cycle through Switzerland and Italy to the continent of Africa. Mr. Archbold visits Paris and Geneva, Venice, Florence, Rome and Capri, Cannes and the Riviera—in fact a host of places the intending tourist is curious about … The author is no intrepid explorer but he is very much one of those people to whom things just seem to happen … Not So Innocent Abroad is in parts a very funny book indeed, and in addition some very human, very captivating characters people its pages.” A beautiful, jacketed copy of this scarce touring memoir. The frontis photo shows the author consulting a map next to his Triumph motorcycle. (case) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
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Sixty-Six Issues of Spirit of the Air, Newsletter of the Ariel Motorcycle Club North America, 2001-2014, Ariel Motorcycle Club North America
2 Ariel Motorcycle Club North America Sixty-Six Issues of Spirit of the Air, Newsletter of the Ariel Motorcycle Club North America, 2001-2014
Garden Grove/Huntington Beach/Carlsbad/Stockton, CA Ariel Motorcycle Club North America 2001-2014 Paperback Good 
Included are issue numbers 194, 195 (2001), 198, 201 (2002), 202, 203, 204, 206, 207 (2003), 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213 (2004), 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219 (2005), 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226 (2006), 227, 228, 229, 230 (2007), 231, 232, 233, 235, 236 (2008), 237, 240 (2009), 242, 243, 244, 245, 246 (2010), 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252 (2011), 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258 (2012), 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264 (2013), and 265, 266, 267, 268 (2014). Staple-bound, self-wraps, issues 194-230 measure 17.6 by 21.6 cm and run 16-22 pages each; issues 231-267 measure 14 by 21.6 cm and run 15-26 pages each. All are printed in black and white and are heavily illustrated. All have mailing labels and stamps on the back cover and tape or labels that were used to seal the newsletters for mailing. Most are in very good condition, with some showing wear and some tears from being mailed or roughly opened. Also included are five issues of Cheval D’Alliage from 2000-01, the newsletter of the US-based Ariel Owners Motorcycle Collectors Club. Typical of a club newsletter with event and ride listings, restoration and riding tips, technical info, owner stories, etc. 
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A Century of Motorcycling Volume I and II, Baer, Butch; Tom Baer
3 Baer, Butch; Tom Baer A Century of Motorcycling Volume I and II
Monson, MA A Century of Motorcycling (Baer) 2007 limited editions of 1500 copies Hardcover As New as new 
Burgundy cloth with gilt spine titles, dust jacket, 22.5 by 28.5 cm, 271 and 277 pp., errata sheet tipped-in at the end of second volume, illus. Fine in fine jackets with a tasteful dealership label on the ffep’s. Signed “Enjoy! Butch Baer” in pen on the copyright page of volume one, and in silver marker on the ffep of volume two. These two beautifully illustrated, full-color volumes trace the competitive careers of Fritzie Baer and Earl “Pop” Armstrong, both American Motorcycle Association Hall of Famers. “Their friendship and association with Indian motorcycles began in the 1920’s and continued throughout their lives. The Indian Motorcycle Company name recognition would have been much less without their efforts.” Heavily illustrated with photographs, news clippings, magazine covers, Indian promotional materials, event posters, and much more. (os) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 225.00 USD
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Let’s Ride: Sonny Barger’s Guide to Motorcycling [Hell's Angels] - Signed, Barger, Sonny
4 Barger, Sonny Let’s Ride: Sonny Barger’s Guide to Motorcycling [Hell's Angels] - Signed
New York Harper 2011 0061964271 / 9780061964275 Later printing Paperback Fine Signed
Wraps, 12.5 by 22.9 cm, xi 268 pp. Fine, unread copy. Signed by Barger on the verso of the front cover. Not a book about the Angels, but Sonny’s take on motorcycling and “how to ride the right way – for life.” Includes chapters on the anatomy of motorcycles and engine types, types of bikes (what to ride), the fundamentals of riding, gearing up, evaluating used bikes, buying a bike, advanced riding techniques, maintenance, etc. Clear and concise, this guide is designed for new riders and those thinking about buying a bike. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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The Vintage Years at Brooklands, Bayley, Joseph
5 Bayley, Joseph The Vintage Years at Brooklands
Norwich, England Goose and Son Publishers 1968 Hardcover Good + good 
Red cloth with silver spine titles, 25.2 by 19.6 cm, vii 13 pp. (since only the text pages are numbered, the actual page count is 261), illus. The textblock droops a bit in the spine and has a light musty odor. The dust jacket has edge wear and chips, uneven sun fading on the front and rear panels, and two small holes in the back panel near the center of the spine panel. A photographic record from the “golden age” of motorcycle racing – the 1920s – at the Brooklands motor circuit in Surrey, England. This volume includes seventy riders and forty different makes of motorcycles, with each entry featuring a full-page image from the author’s collection accompanied by a description. Included are two Indians, six Harley-Davidsons, nine bikes equipped with sidecars, and, of course, all the great British machines. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
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Fay Taylour: Queen of the Speedway, Belton, Brian
6 Belton, Brian Fay Taylour: Queen of the Speedway
Buckinghamshire, England Panther Publishing Ltd 2006 095479124X / 9780954791247 First printing Hardcover Fine 
Glossy, illustrated boards, 16.2 by 24 cm, vi 217 pp., illus. Fine, unread copy. “Fay Taylour was the most successful woman speedway rider – ever. Her short but meteoric career spanned just a few years in the mid to late ‘20s: in 1930 women were banned from the speedway and she switched to racing cars. In these few years Fay first made a name for herself in Trials riding, beating many established riders including Marjorie Cottle and won several Gold Medals. Then she discovered speedway where she earned the title ‘Queen of the Speedway’ in what must surely be one of the toughest sports on a motorcycle.” (case) First Edition. 
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Everything About a Motor Cycle, Brown, E.T.
7 Brown, E.T. Everything About a Motor Cycle
London Morgan & Hoadly ND (1920 based on advert on ffep) First printing Hardcover Poor 
Illustrated paper-covered boards, 11.8 by 17.6 cm, 51 [1] v pp., plus eight pages of ads at the end. Poor with spine-covering gone, front hinge split at the top and bottom, and the back cover detached. Leaves are yellowed. A rare early guide to owning and operating a motorcycle, with sections on all the major components of a bike, tires, lighting, maintenance, petrol, road rules, trouble-shooting, etc. Nice, full-page ad for C.A.V. Magnetos, Volex batteries, the Imperial Hotel and Turkish Baths, Dunhills sidecars, the Bleriot Whippet Super-Cycle Car, etc. (case) First Edition. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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The Winged Wheel Patch: A History of The Canadian Military Motorcycle and Rider, Burns, Max; Ken Messenger
8 Burns, Max; Ken Messenger The Winged Wheel Patch: A History of The Canadian Military Motorcycle and Rider
Ontario Vanwell Publishing Ltd. 1993 First edition Hardcover Fine near fine 
Yellow paper-covered boards with red spine titles, dust jacket, 22 by 28.5 cm, 159 pp., illus. Fine in near fine jacket. From the preface: “Not long into the 1900s, the motorcycle and its rider became an integral part of Canada's military establishment. This fact has largely been overlooked by both motorcycle buffs and historians. Dedicated bike enthusiasts tend to focus solely on the machine, forgetting that the motorcycle more than any other vehicle is inseparable from its operator. In motion, the two are interdependent, like Siamese twins. Historians tend to treat both rider and machine as quaint sideshows, like the clown at a rodeo or the cartoon before the feature. Yet, as readers can judge for themselves, in the theatre of conventional warfare the motorcycle and rider formed as much a part of the feature as the tanks and infantry, the bombs and bullets, and the dead and survivors. This book is not a review of Canada's military role in the twentieth century. Instead, it is an attempt to fill in some of the motorcycle and rider ‘missing links’ apparent in the documentation of that history. Military motorcyclists were not usually part of prominent combat units. They were often attached to non-divisional troops such as the signals and service units, which in turn were assigned to larger formations as needed. While a regiment's history can be traced with relative ease, Dispatch Riders (DRs) and other military motorcyclists became lost in the paper work they delivered with such dedication. In 1985, spurred into action out of a mutual interest in vintage motorcycling, the authors began collecting snippets of information scattered throughout countless books, dusty war diaries and memories of military riders. Originally the authors had hoped to gather enough data to put together a cursory look at the Canadian military bike. But during the six years they ended up investing into the work, it developed into much more. The authors observed an overwhelming feeling among the veterans who answered pleas for information that the DR's contribution to the nation had been for the most part ignored. The authors could not help but agree. It is not our intention to glorify these soldiers or the wars they participated in. The futility of humanity's conflicts is readily apparent. What is perhaps not so obvious is that when the veterans in this book went to war, they did so firmly believing that what they were doing was right, that the sacrifices they made were for the benefit of future generations, generations to which we the authors and our children belong. The close comradeship that evolves from facing death with a friend, the strength of a nation united in cause, the sheer right of it all may never be duplicated in a nuclear age. Those who survived the wars brought back memories framed in time and injuries to a world that would not, and could not, understand. So the authors aimed for two goals with this book: to document the history of the military motorcycle and rider in a manner more accurate and detailed than any effort to cover the subject to date, regardless of the nation addressed, and to say thanks. No glory, just thanks.” In 1994, The Winged Wheel Patch won the Canadian International Motorcycle Show Motorcycle Award for Excellence in Journalism. (os) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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The Ultimate Racers, Cathcart, Alan
9 Cathcart, Alan The Ultimate Racers
Middlesex, England Guinness Publishing Co. 1990 first edition Hardcover Near Fine near fine Signed
Blue cloth with silver spine titles, 23.2 by 30.5 cm, 240 pp., illus. Near fine in like jacket. Inscribed and signed on the ffep: “To Mike – thanks for all your good work with AHRMA [American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association] over the years, and all your help at Daytona. / Alan Cathcart / March ’95.” Also included is an Alan Cathcart/With Compliments slip. This volume “explores the development of one of the most action-packed sports of our time, as seen through the evolution of the machines on which motorcycle racing is based … Each chapter deals with a particular type of bike [vintage to modern day] and includes analysis and assessment accompanied by close-up technical pictures of the bike as well as action shots, all in full colour. A detailed specification chart completes the appraisal.” (os) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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The Ultimate Racers, Cathcart, Alan
10 Cathcart, Alan The Ultimate Racers
Osceola, WI Motorbooks International 1990 first U.S. edition Hardcover Fine near fine Signed
Blue cloth with silver spine titles, 23.2 by 30.5 cm, 240 pp., illus. Fine in near fine jacket with “autographed copy” sticker on front panel of jacket, and a tasteful dealership label on the title page. Signed by the author on the ffep. This volume “explores the development of one of the most action-packed sports of our time, as seen through the evolution of the machines on which motorcycle racing is based … Each chapter deals with a particular type of bike [vintage to modern day] and includes analysis and assessment accompanied by close-up technical pictures of the bike as well as action shots, all in full colour. A detailed specification chart completes the appraisal.” (os) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
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Modern Auto-Cycles: Their Care and Maintenance, Chadwick, B.G.
11 Chadwick, B.G. Modern Auto-Cycles: Their Care and Maintenance
London Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd. 1947 First printing Hardcover Good + fair 
Paper-covered boards over cloth spine, dust jacket, 12.3 by 18.2 cm, x 68 pp., plus two pages of ads, illus. Light edge and corner wear, some foxing on the endpapers, and a previous owner’s name and phone number on the ffep. The jacket is poor with rubbing, stains, chips and tears, and extensive old tape repairs – some of which have left light stains on the boards. While technically not part of Pitman’s “Motor Cyclists’ Library,” it is similar in size and style – a guide to owning and maintaining auto-cycles (kind of a step up from bicycles with motors mounted on them). Nice ads at the back for the James Superlux and Excelsior Autobyk. (case) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Edward Turner: The Man Behind the Motorcycles [Triumph], Clew, Jeff
12 Clew, Jeff Edward Turner: The Man Behind the Motorcycles [Triumph]
Dorchester, England Veloce Publishing Ltd. 2006 1845840658 / 9781845840655 second revised edition Paperback Near Fine 
Wraps, 20.5 by 25 cm, 160 pp., illus. Only faint signs of shelf wear to the wraps. From the publisher: “The official biography of the man who was probably the most important individual in the history of the British motorcycle industry. Born in 1901, Edward Turner was a truly gifted individual whose forceful character, design flair and business acumen drove Triumph to such heights of success that the company often struggled to meet the clamouring demand for its products from all around the world. Embodying lightness with a powerful vertical twin engine Turner’s design for the 1937 Speed Twin was revolutionary, and so good that the model remained in production for 29 years… Long overdue, this deeply researched work gets past Turner’s irascible exterior to reveal the man, his life and work, and the huge contribution to his country and the evolution of the motorcycle.” Heavily illustrated. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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Motor Cycling Manual: The Complete Book of Motorcycling, Clymer, Floyd, ed.
13 Clymer, Floyd, ed. Motor Cycling Manual: The Complete Book of Motorcycling
Los Angeles Floyd Clymer Publications nd 11th edition Paperback Good 
Wraps, 12.3 by 18.7 cm, 136 pp. plus index and ads, illus. Fair with edge and corner wear and light creases to the wraps, and a previous owner’s name in pen on the title page twice and once on the inside back cover. An American edition of the English Motorcycling Manual issues by Temple Press, this volume includes chapters on all mechanical aspects of the motorcycle, including sidecars, as well as choosing and operating a bike. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Souping Two-Stroke Engines for More Power and Speed: How to Get 10 HP from Your 125 [Motorcycles, Harley-Davidson], Clymer, Floyd, ed.
14 Clymer, Floyd, ed. Souping Two-Stroke Engines for More Power and Speed: How to Get 10 HP from Your 125 [Motorcycles, Harley-Davidson]
Los Angeles Floyd Clymer Publications nd Paperback Very Good 
Not dated (circa late-1960s). Staple-bound wraps, 13.6 by 20.9 cm, 44 pp. plus four pages of ads, illus. very good with light cover wear. Six articles reprinted from Cycle Magazine on powering up small engines. Includes “Dear Editor, how can I make my two-stroke go faster…,” “Souping Tips for the 200 cc. Model Zundapps,” “Six Horses for Six Bucks: Simple ¾ Race Conversion for Harley 125s,” “Two-Cycle Talk: Critical Points of Exhaust and Fuel Mixtures Discussed,” “165 Harley Hop Up: The San Diego Formula for a 12 Horsepower H-D 165,” and “Modifying the Engine of the JAWA 555 Ultra-Lightweight for Sporting Events.” 
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The Motor Cycling Manual: The Complete Book of Motorcycling, Clymer, Floyd, ed.
15 Clymer, Floyd, ed. The Motor Cycling Manual: The Complete Book of Motorcycling
Los Angeles Floyd Clymer Publications 1944 11th edition Paperback Very Good 
Wraps, 12.3 by 18.7 cm, 136 pp. plus index and ads, illus. Very good with light wear and creases to the wraps. An American edition of the English Motorcycling Manual issues by Temple Press, this volume includes chapters on all mechanical aspects of the motorcycle, including sidecars, as well as choosing and operating a bike. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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How to Ride a Motorcycle: Including Trouble Tracing [BSA, Triumph, and Harley-Davidson], Clymer, Floyd, ed.; J.B.N.
16 Clymer, Floyd, ed.; J.B.N. How to Ride a Motorcycle: Including Trouble Tracing [BSA, Triumph, and Harley-Davidson]
Los Angeles Floyd Clymer Publications Paperback Very Good 
not dated (circa late-1950s, early-60s). Staple-bound wraps, 14 by 21.5 cm, 56 pp., illus. Very good with minor wear to the covers. Includes sections on rider responsibility, motorcycle operation, maintenance, and trouble shooting and eliminating. Includes four line drawings of typical control layouts for English singles, BSA, Triumph, and Harley-Davidson. 
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The American Motorcycle Girls 1900 to 1950: A Photographic History of Early Women Motorcyclists, Cristine Sommer Simmons; Karen Davidson, foreword
17 Cristine Sommer Simmons; Karen Davidson, foreword The American Motorcycle Girls 1900 to 1950: A Photographic History of Early Women Motorcyclists
Stillwater, MN Parker House 2009 0981727050 / 9780981727059 First printing Hardcover Near Fine Signed
Stillwater, MN: Parker House, 2009. First printing. Near Fine. Glossy, illustrated boards with a paper cover label, 28.3 by 31 cm, 240 pp., illus. Unread copy with only the faintest signs of shelf wear to the covers. Signed by the author on her portrait on p. 9: “Cris Sommer Simmons / Vintage Motorcycle Days 7/’09.” A stunning collection of vintage images of women and their motorcycles, selected and described by Simmons, herself a three-time AMA Motorcycle Hall of fame inductee. Images range from everyday riders, tourists, and clubs, to competition and daredevils – with an emphasis on Harley-Davidson and Indian machines. (os)

First Edition. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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[Harley-Davidson]  Wanderings: Drawings by Willie G. Davidson, Davidson, Willie G.; Louis Netz, afterword
18 Davidson, Willie G.; Louis Netz, afterword [Harley-Davidson] Wanderings: Drawings by Willie G. Davidson
Milwaukee, WI Harley-Davidson 2008 First edition Hardcover As New Signed
Glossy black boards with “Wanderings” blindstamped and the subtitles in white on the front cover, grey ribbon bookmark, 16 by 21.6 cm, [70 pp.], illus. Fine. Boldly signed by Willie G. on the ffep. William Godfrey Davidson, affectionately know as Willie G., is the grandson of H-D co-founder William A. Davidson. He worked for H-D’s design department from 1963 until his retirement in 2012. During that time Willie G. was responsible for many Harley design successes, from logos and brand stylization to the creation of the Super Glide and Low Rider models, bringing the idea of OEM customization to the Motor Company. This volume includes highlights from Willie G’s sketchbooks, including engine design, pin, patch and logo ideas, and doodles. Aside from a one-paragraph introduction by the artist, and a three-page afterword by Netz, there is no text. First Edition. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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It’s Easy on a Triumph, Davies, Ivor
19 Davies, Ivor It’s Easy on a Triumph
Somerset, England Haynes Publishing Group (Foulis) 1990 First printing Hardcover Fine fine 
Gloss, illustrated boards, dust jacket, 21.3 by 27.5 cm, 88 pp., illus. Fine in fine jacket. From the front flap: “This heavily illustrated book depicts the tremendous impact Triumph motorcycles made on the [early post-war] market. Interspersed with the large number of captioned archive photographs are some anecdotes relating to life in the Meriden factory during that period (and involvement with the redoubtable Edward Turner) under the heading ‘Meriden Moments,’ and a selection of the [Motor Cycling] Oxley cartoons [from which this volume get its name]. The result is a unique pictorial record of Triumph’s contribution to the British motorcycle industry and the many different ways in which their twin cylinder models performed with outstanding success.” Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Geoff Davison’s T.T. Anecdotes: Racing Tales Told by the Man Who Rode In, or Reported, Over 100 T.T. Races, Davison, Geoff S.
20 Davison, Geoff S. Geoff Davison’s T.T. Anecdotes: Racing Tales Told by the Man Who Rode In, or Reported, Over 100 T.T. Races
Birmingham, England Molly Davison 1966 First printing Paperback Poor 
Wraps, 12.3 by 19 cm, 112 pp., illus. Heavily worn and creased covers, with a tiny pen mark and a few small stains on the back cover, bumped corners, and a 15 mm split of the front hinge at the foot of the spine. Musty. A collection of short pieces by Davison, many humorous, published in his memory by his widow. First Edition. 
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Sixty-Six Issues of Spirit of the Air, Newsletter of the Ariel Motorcycle Club North America, 2001-2014, Ariel Motorcycle Club North America
Sixty-Six Issues of Spirit of the Air, Newsletter of the Ariel Motorcycle Club North America, 2001-2014
Ariel Motorcycle Club North America
25.00 USD
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Geoff Davison’s T.T. Anecdotes: Racing Tales Told by the Man Who Rode In, or Reported, Over 100 T.T. Races, Davison, Geoff S.
Geoff Davison’s T.T. Anecdotes: Racing Tales Told by the Man Who Rode In, or Reported, Over 100 T.T. Races
Davison, Geoff S.
10.00 USD
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Harley-Davidson 125 Promotional Brochure, “Yours for Happy Days” with Promotional Letter and Mailing Envelope - 1951, Harley-Davidson
Harley-Davidson 125 Promotional Brochure, “Yours for Happy Days” with Promotional Letter and Mailing Envelope - 1951
Harley-Davidson
50.00 USD
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Douglas Motorcycles Promotional Photographs - Set of 5, Douglas Motorcycles
Douglas Motorcycles Promotional Photographs - Set of 5
Douglas Motorcycles
20.00 USD
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How to Ride a Motorcycle: Including Trouble Tracing [BSA, Triumph, and Harley-Davidson], Clymer, Floyd, ed.; J.B.N.
How to Ride a Motorcycle: Including Trouble Tracing [BSA, Triumph, and Harley-Davidson]
Clymer, Floyd, ed.; J.B.N.
20.00 USD
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High Efficiency: A Handbook for Motorcyclists, 1958 Mobil Oil Motorcycle Booklet, [Woods, Stanley, ed.]
High Efficiency: A Handbook for Motorcyclists, 1958 Mobil Oil Motorcycle Booklet
[Woods, Stanley, ed.]
15.00 USD
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Souping Two-Stroke Engines for More Power and Speed: How to Get 10 HP from Your 125 [Motorcycles, Harley-Davidson], Clymer, Floyd, ed.
Souping Two-Stroke Engines for More Power and Speed: How to Get 10 HP from Your 125 [Motorcycles, Harley-Davidson]
Clymer, Floyd, ed.
50.00 USD
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The Motor Cycling Manual: The Complete Book of Motorcycling, Clymer, Floyd, ed.
The Motor Cycling Manual: The Complete Book of Motorcycling
Clymer, Floyd, ed.
20.00 USD
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