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Bathroom Book of Motorcycle Trivia, Volume II Paperback – November 2, 2016
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About the Author
Mark Gardiner is the author of the cult classic Riding Man, and a motorcycle journalist whose writing has appeared in every major English-language motorcycle magazine. He’s written some of the most thoughtful and moving stories ever published about motorcycles. You won’t find any of that great writing in here. (If you want to read his serious journalism, try On Motorcycles: The Best of Backmarker, also available from Amazon.)
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of just about anyone I know. He deserves this book, and I am glad that the author finally got around
to writing it, we've been waiting !!!
I peeked at a few of the trivia. It's well worth reading. This copy will be worn out in a month if it stays
in the "Reading Room" at the shop.
If you can't read, please consider that the cover art is more than enough reason to have this on
hand in your "Library"! Cheers, Hap
Gardiner answers these questions and more in this book. Broken up into 365 facts (one for each day of the year), each fact is a nugget of motorcycling info that will broaden your understanding of all things on two wheels.
The facts at end of the book deal with gear, training, and safe riding. They're mostly geared to newbies, but they still serve as good reminders for veteran riders.
My only quibble with this book is that he lists "Riding Man" as one of the ten best motorcycle books on the market, but doesn't mention until the very end that he's the book's author. Likewise, he lists "One Man's Island" as one of the best motorcycle movies, but doesn't mention he's the subject of the movie until he very end. But that's a minor quibble. This book still deserves to sit on every serious rider's bookshelf.