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A book written by a couple of Frenchmen about the early Japanese motorcycle industry. Well done, too. Great photos and great background. I was unaware of the early post war days of the nascent Japanese motorcycle industry. No longer. From copiers extraordinaire to the world's true innovators in two wheeled transportation. I had the pleasure, and it was a pleasure, of owning a 77 Yamaha 360 and a 76 XS500c. Had a pic of a variation of my XS500c in the book. I remember riding many of the other late 60s, early 70s models, too. Brought back some very fond memories. As a bike enthusiast to this day, although we have Vespas now, I still do enjoy reading up and learning more about motorcycle industry. So much of the info and publications we get today are geared toward Harley Davidsons, not a bad thing, it is refreshing to see someone delve so deeply into the history of the Japanese makes. If you like motorcycles, especially Japanese bikes, this book is for you.
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