Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics

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Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics

Ultimate Collector Motorcycles: 1000 Pages of Classics

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To make this huge collection of collector’s motorcycles, those responsible for Taschen have had to work closely with the best collectors of the world, in addition to museums and photographers first level. We can safely say that the two volumes of “Ultimate Collector Motorcycles” are a work”of weight”: 9.4 kg, 2 volumes in 11″ x 14″ hardcover (28x36cm)  and 250 euro.

The two volumes cover all kinds of pieces, from pioneering motorcycles to the best British and German models, not forgetting the temperamental Italians or the Japanese sports cars. The work reviews 100 of the most legendary motorcycles of all time, from the Hildebrand & Wolfmuller from 1894, to racing examples driven by Tarquinio ProviniMike hailwoodGiacomo agostiniBarry Sheene and Kenny Roberts.

The foreword is written by Jay Leno, famous American comedian and in love with everything that has an engine and wheels. The text includes interviews with George Barber, founder of the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum; Sammy Millerformer pilot and founder of the museum that bears his name; Paul d’Orléans, founder of The Vintagent (highly recommended website if you read English); and Gordon McCallone of the creators of the classic motorcycle contest The Quail Motorcycle Gathering.

Those 250 euros for two books is certainly not cheap but we think that this project worth what it costs (another thing is that we can afford it). It is a valuable timeless work that, due to its quality, can be passed on from father to son.

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For Example, if you normally fit a size EU 44 of Nike/Adidas etc. we suggest you to buy a size 43 of our boots.