Motorcycle Engineering (Paperback)
328 pages, 186 black & white illustrations, size 5.5 x 8.5 inches. This is a faithful reproduction of the 1962 Floyd Clymer U.S.A. Edition of the same title.
While the primary focus of this publication utilizes 1960's and prior motorcycles as examples, the reader is reminded that engineering theory and the laws of physics do not change and as such, the information it contains is still relevant today. Consequently, this publication is indispensible to those either contemplating modification to a current model or the construction of a 'special' for any form of motorcycle competition.
Predominantly a technical work, it is written in terms easily understood by the layman. While it includes geometry and math formulae the reader will be aptly rewarded if they take a moment to comprehend the significance of the examples. Consequently, 'Motorcycle Engineering' is considered by many knowledgeable motorcycle enthusiasts to be the best book ever written on how to construct, improve, modify and fine tune a motorcycle from the 'ground up'.
It is our pleasure to offer this reprint to all motorcycle enthusiasts worldwide.