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Fearless

Fearless Author Rick Ongstad
ISBN-10 1495295265
Release 2014-01-26
Pages 126
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In the early fall of 2004 Bill and Beth Bradford travel to Bill's childhood home in Bourbon County, Kentucky to inventory and settle the estate of his recently deceased parents. In the attic they discover a large trophy and, most astoundingly, a large scrapbookLittle do they know that the unearthed scrapbook contains hundreds of newspaper clippings detailing the extreme sport of board track racing, an era in motorcycle racing forgotten by time for over 90 years, and the career of one of the sports biggest superstars, Charles “Fearless” Balke, as lovingly assembled by his wife Snooks, Bill Bradford's distant great-auntStaged on half mile circular tracks built of wood and banked at 60 degrees, board track was the most dangerous, most exciting, and deadliest competitive sport of its time. Riding inches apart mounted atop primitive bikes the racers battled not only each other but also the unforgiving boards where accidents regularly maimed or killed participants and fans alike. Little wonder that the newspapers christened the tracks “murderdromes”.Its young stars - the “lords of the boards” - braved these incredible dangers in pursuit of equally outrageous rewards. But lurking beneath it all every racer knew that the price of admission was a willingness to put your life on the line for a shot at glory.This is the first hand story of Charles “Fearless” Balke, his early years, storybook romance, and his tragic final curtain. Although it reads like fiction, this is a true story with every character, event, and location documented. Enjoy.



Motorcycle Illustrated

Motorcycle Illustrated Author
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433069062259
Release 1910
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Motorcycle Illustrated has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Motorcycle Illustrated also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Motorcycle Illustrated book for free.



The Complete Book of Flat Track Racing

The Complete Book of Flat Track Racing Author Gerald Foster
ISBN-10 097968918X
Release 2009-03-15
Pages 160
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Flat track racing is very much an only in America sport. Some say Americans racing motorcycles like they race horses! Others say the only simple and pure racing left in today's massively complicated world. The Complete Book of Flat Track Racing, when first published in 1978, was a celebration. This brand new edition sticks to the original concept but is completely reworked and re-illustrated, and continues that celebration today. Feel the dirt flying, the ground pounding vibration, and be exhausted by the massive excitement of being totally sideways in turn two aboard a Harley-Davidson XR 750! Welcome to the Thunder Dome!



American Racing Motorcycles

American Racing Motorcycles Author Jerry Hatfield
ISBN-10 0879383550
Release 1989
Pages 224
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Arena

Arena Author Tyler Tayrien
ISBN-10 1502359693
Release 2014-11-08
Pages 276
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Sam Arena was, without a doubt, the top Northern California half-mile racer of the 1940s. He became a motorcycle racing legend from his undefeated seasons and by setting numerous flat rack records in the 1930s and 1940s, and later earned six National Hill Climb Championships throughout the 1940s and 1950s. After a career of racing throughout the Western United States, Florida, New Zealand, and England, Sam retired from flat track racing in 1947 to focus on motorcycle hill climbs. From where Sam left off, local riders such as Al Rudy, Larry Headrick, and Joe Leonard (collectively known as the San Jose Bunch), began dominating in their sport under the watchful eye of Tom Sifton. In 1953, after working for famed innovator Sifton for 20 years, Sam became owner of the San Jose Harley Davidson dealership which was the center of Northern California racing throughout the 1950s during the golden age of motorcycle racing. Set against the excitement of motorcycle racing, "ARENA: King of the Flat Tracks" takes you on a thrill ride through 25 years in the life of the great Sam Arena, and these modern day pony express riders who risked life and limb on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons to cross the finish line first.



Early Motorcycles

Early Motorcycles Author Victor W. Page
ISBN-10 9780486136097
Release 2012-04-19
Pages 720
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Comprehensive volume of practical information on everything from mufflers and automatic oil pumps to batteries and timing valves. Over 370 rare illustrations.



Franklin s Indians

Franklin s Indians Author Harry V. Sucher
ISBN-10 0956497551
Release 2011-07
Pages 352
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The Indian Scout and Chief are two of the best known and best loved of all classic American motorcycles. The man who designed them, Charles Franklin, was responsible for many advanced design concepts. This book not only chronicles his life but also sheds new light on the often turbulent history of the Indian Motorcycle Company itself.



Racing the Gods

Racing the Gods Author Paul Ritter
ISBN-10 1937747603
Release 2015-05-01
Pages 256
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Paul Ritter's autobiography tells the story of the early days of Superbike racing. Ritter raced a Ducati 750SS and 900SS during the formative days of American Superbike racing. Paul shocked the racing community by winning the first AMA pro Superbike race he entered. His quick success, good nature, and competitive spirit made him one of racing's beloved characters. His account of those days gives readers an up close and personal look into the days when professional racers in the sport were weekend warriors who traveled on shoestring budgets and fueled their bikes with passion and (if they were good) a few dollars of winnings. Ritter tells of racing with legends like Reg Pridmore, Wes Cooley, Mike Baldwin, and Keith Code. Nearly 20 years after retiring from top-level racing, Ritter was hurt in tragic accident at a vintage race that left him without the use of his legs. His story of dealing with a tragic loss is as powerful and inspiring as his remarkable success on the race track.



American Racer 1900 1939

American Racer  1900 1939 Author Stephen Wright
ISBN-10 0879383763
Release 1989
Pages 255
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American Racer 1900 1939 has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from American Racer 1900 1939 also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full American Racer 1900 1939 book for free.



The American Motorcycle

The American Motorcycle Author Stephen Wright
ISBN-10 0960367624
Release 2000-12
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The American Motorcycle has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The American Motorcycle also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The American Motorcycle book for free.



Motorized Bicycles

Motorized Bicycles Author Tom Bartlett
ISBN-10 9780557643691
Release 2010-11
Pages 100
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Motorized Bicycles traces the history of the motorized bicycle from the pioneers of motorized cycles to the modern electric bicycle.



The World s Fastest Indian

The World s Fastest Indian Author Roger Donaldson
ISBN-10 186979480X
Release 2010-08-01
Pages 288
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The real Burt Munro, inventor of the world's fastest Indian motorcycle, in his own words. A fascinating collection of Burt Munro memorabilia including photos from his family album, newspaper clippings, and interviews with Burt himself, this book reveals the real Burt Munro - the man behind the movie. Roger Donaldson has been studying Burt Munro for many years. He made a documentary on him back in 1971, called Offerings to the God of Speed, as well as the 2005 international hit The World's Fastest Indian. During research for both films, he collected lots of material which has never been published, and Burt's son also released Munro family scrapbooks to Roger, allowing them to be published here for the first time. In preparation for the doco Roger interviewed Burt and also taped Burt chatting to several of his cronies and coworkers. These tapes have been transcribed for this book, presenting the real Burt Munro in his own words.



Bert Wilson s Twin Cylinder Racer

Bert Wilson s Twin Cylinder Racer Author J. W. Duffield
ISBN-10 9781465539618
Release 1914
Pages 212
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Bert Wilson s Twin Cylinder Racer has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Bert Wilson s Twin Cylinder Racer also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Bert Wilson s Twin Cylinder Racer book for free.



Motor cycling for Women 1928

Motor cycling for Women 1928 Author Nancy Debenham
ISBN-10 9781908890047
Release 1928
Pages 90
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Betty and Nancy Debenham were a pair of young adventurous lady motorcyclists who entered trials competitions on equal terms with men in the 1920's. Although they were serious motorcyclists they never let this get in the way of their tremendous sense of fun. Their spirit shines through in 'Motor Cycling for Women'. A practical and yet at times eccentric and quirky book from a bye-gone era that will make you smile.



A Once Crowded Sky

A Once Crowded Sky Author Tom King
ISBN-10 9781451652017
Release 2013-07-09
Pages 326
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"Tom King's debut novel opens in an imaginative world of comic book superheroes struggling to take on normal lives after sacrificing their powers to save the world"--



48 Shades of Brown

48 Shades of Brown Author Nick Earls
ISBN-10 0618452958
Release 1999
Pages 274
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While his parents are in Geneva, sixteen-year-old Dan spends his last year of high school living with his twenty-two-year-old bass-playing aunt, Jacq, and her beautiful friend Naomi, whose active lovelife is audible through the wall between their bedrooms. Original.



American Borders

American Borders Author Carla King
ISBN-10 9780964644519
Release 2008-04-01
Pages 223
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An exploration of the borders between the United States, Canada, and Mexico becomes a comedy of breakdowns in small towns all around America.