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McQueen's Motorcycles

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 19 Jan 2017
McQueen's Motorcycles takes a close look at the unique bikes that McQueen raced and collected. Any true McQueen or motorcycle fan will love this focused look inside McQueen's garage.
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ISBN-13: 9780760351758
ISBN-10: 0760351759
Pagini: 160
Ilustrații: 110 color and 53 b-w photos
Dimensiuni: 228 x 288 x 22 mm
Greutate: 1.02 kg
Editura: Quarto Publishing Plc
Colecția Motorbooks International

Notă biografică

Matt Stone (Glendale, CA), former executive editor of Motor Trend magazine, has been a professional automotive journalist and photographer since 1985. He is the author and photographer of several books, including Motorbooks' best-selling 365 Cars You Must Drive (2006), My First Car (2011), McQueen's Machines (2010), and McQueen's Motorcycles (2017). He is the co-author, with Preston Lerner, of Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman (2014) and History's Greatest Automotive Mysteries, Myths, and Rumors Revealed (2014).
Dave Ekins is a motorcycling legend. Born in 1932, Dave and his brother Bud pioneered the notion of off-road desert racing with motorcycles, and their early 1960s rides up and down the Baja peninsula proved to be the seeds that spawned the original Mexican Off Road Races, later known as the Baja 500 and 1000. In 1964 Dave teamed with brother Bud, Cliff Coleman and Steve McQueen to represent the United States in the International Six Day Trial motorcycle enduro taking place that year in East Germany in which Dave Ekins earned an individual Gold Medal. He also became a factory sponsored development test rider for Honda, and later editor of Petersen's Motorcyclist magazine. Now retired, Dave Ekins was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2001.