AMERICAN RACER, 1900-1940 Sold OutAmerican Racer, 1900-1940 and American Racer, 1940-1980 have been out of print for over two decades. During this time, their scarcity and desirability among book collectors and motorcycling enthusiasts has greatly increased their value. They are typically offered from $300 to in-excess of $1,000 in online auctions and private sales. We are pleased to announce that a limited number of these highly acclaimed and sought-after racing history books are now available for purchase directly through the publisher….at a realistic price. With improvements in technology, the quality of these reprints has surpassed the originals.
- High Quality, Hard Binding
- Large 11" X 12" Format
- High Gloss Paper
- 270 Pages with 265 Photographs
Makes of machines include: Harley-Davidson, Excelsior, Indian, Super X, Henderson, Ace, Cyclone, Reading-Standard, Flying Merkel, Thor, Jefferson, Emblem, Cleveland, Crocker, Apache, Orient, Curtiss, Lightning Bradley, Militor, Pope, and many more!
Covers British and Continental machines that competed in American events.
The careers of many riders are documented; detailing both their great successes and the accidents that sometimes cost them their lives.
Events include Quarter and Third-mile Motordrome; One and Two-Mile Board Track; Half-Mile and Mile Dirt Track; Road Racing; Hillclimbing, and Speedway.
Additional chapters recording events at Brooklands, England by Dr. Joseph Bayley; Australia by Eric Price, and New Zealand by Geoff Hockley.