From Vincents hiding in barns to America’s great
motorcycling roads, we’ve got winter reading for you.
We have two volumes from Whitehorse Press this week,
starting with “American Motorcyclist Association’s Ride Guide to America, Vol.
The book describes more than 30 motorcycle trips, with
detailed route descriptions and practical information, maps, and photos. From
the Southwest deserts to the New England coast, the Appalachians, and the
Cascades in the Pacific Northwest, this second volume in the AMA Ride Guide
series covers America with great motorcycle rides.
Whitehorse has reissued a very handy and potentially money-saving book, “How to Repair
Plastic Bodywork, 2nd Edition.”
The book is fully illustrated and takes the reader through
all the steps of determining whether a plastic part can be repaired,
identifying the type of plastic, and effecting complete repairs right down to
glossy finished article.
It’s fully illustrated, and you can download a preview at the Whitehorse website. You can spend your whole winter repairing picnicwear, or maybe even fixing that fairing.
From Motorbooks comes a collection of true-life fairytales that’ll warm your cockles and get you out there annoying farmers across the land:
“The Vincent in the Barn.”
Between the covers lie 40 tales of motorcycle archaeology,
from Ducatis in basements to Vincents in old sheds, the book tells the stories
of motorcycles found in dark and dusty corners.
Written by Tom Cotter with a
foreword by David Edwards.