For many years, the British motorcycle industry was the largest in the world, yet by 1975 it was essentially dead. This is the first comprehensive book on the motorcycle industry to take a critical look at the business and trade practices that led to its demise. It also captures the romance, beauty and excitement of the machines and the top racers who rode them.Horsepower: 82 @ 8500 rpm. Weight: 230 kg. This was the second of the great Japanese superbikes, after the Honda CB750 a the other shoe dropping, in other words. Even as the British industry reorganized in 1973. it had no chance to anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||E C W Press - 2009|