Even the most die-hard motorcyclists can't ride or work on their bikes all the time. And this is when Peter Egan comes to the rescue taking all kinds of riders and bikes with him on the journey. Hondas, Triumphs, Suzuki, Harleys.....with characteristic self-effacing humour, part philosophy, nostalgia, Egan's pieces remind us not only of what matters in the motorcycle world, but in the world at large. From a trip down the Mississippi to find the grave of blues artist Robert Johnson to rearranging his garage for optimum storage, Egan's stories hit home with all those who define their good times with motorcycles. To get his view on how much your motorcycle habit really costs, which rock n roll artists really exemplify which bikes, the fine art of carrying motorcycle gear, and much more, open this book. It is for everyone who rides a motorcycle!
- Paperback, 23 x 15cm