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THE MOTORCYCLE FILES is a series of short e-books and is priced accordingly. They average between 50 and 75 pages long and are designed so that motorcycle enthusiasts can assemble their own individual e-library of their favourite machines, e-file by e-file.
These hugely informative e-files feature many of the rarest and most exciting racing motorcycles on the face of the planet as well as significant road-going machines.
1972 DUCATI 750SS IMOLA WINNER
This one, for example, focusses upon the 1972 Ducati 750SS upon which british racer, paul Smart, won the Imola 200 and thereby changed the fortunes of the Ducati marque for the better,,,and forever!
Other subjects in THE MOTORCYCLE FILES series vary from 21st century Superbike and MotoGP Grand Prix racers to machines that were winning races back in the nineteen-twenties.Most of the great racing motorcycles from every decade since then are featured in the extensive series.
In many cases these machines are the only examples of their type still in existence - and in some of those cases the only example of that particular machine ever made!
Alan Cathcart is the world's most-published motorcycle journalist with his work appearing in more than 40 different countries.He was also a successful motorcycle racer. Therefore, as a result of these twin talents, he enjoys unparalleled access to factories,racing teams. museums and private owners in order to make exclusive track tests for The Motorcycle Files.
These tests are accompanied by background information on the history and development of the rare machines,as well as interviews with star riders, designers and engineers.
They are illustrated with a great selection of full colour photographs taken by top photographers specializing in motorcycle subjects.These exclusive photographs feature the machines in action and in detail statics, including shots with bodywork removed so that the reader can examine the engine and chassis technology in close-up detail.
They are also accompanied by historic archive photography of the machines in action during their racing hey-days.
Truly, there is nothing than can compare with The Motorcycle Files for any enthusiast wishing to assemble an e-library of his favorite motorcycles, whether past or present.