Sunday, September 18, 2011

1968 Motorcycle Sport Book 3rd Annual Edition by Bob Greene

This book is full of information including complete catalogs of all lightweight, middleweight and heavyweight motorcycles of the time including mini-bikes, showing photos, descriptions and prices of all the bikes. There is much more in this book including:

Book Contents: Hot on the trail; Inner Sanctum; Indian Uprising!; You wanted a four?; Yankee with a Latin twist; Lightweight Catalog; The Bucket Brigade; Testing Japan's Three New Scramblers; Lightweight Accessories; Stunt Man; Fancy This!; Dytch's Dreadful Strokers; Middleweight Catalog; How to do the enduro; Bushwhacker; Touring Accessories; The Chassis Revolution; Death Valley Bound; Heavyweight Catalog; The Power to Stop; The only race in the world; The Powerplant; Racing Accesories; Big Bad Baja; Group Therapy

About the author:

Bob Greene was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2007.

Nicknamed “The Old Greenhorner,” Bob Greene gained national recognition as the editor of both Cycle and Motorcyclist magazines. He went on to publish numerous books on motorcycling. Throughout his life, Greene also regularly competed in desert racing events, speed trials, and scrambles. From the 1940s through the late 1960s, Greene was the chief organizer of the prestigious Greenhorn Enduro.

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