Yamaha Racing Motorcycles

All Factory and Production Road-Racing Two-Strokes from 1955 to 1993

Yamaha Racing Motorcycles
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Format: Hardback, 191 Pages
ISBN: 9781852239206
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The full story of the racing two-strokes, from the companys fateful decision to go into motorcycle racing in 1954, right up to the 199s and the powerful machines being produced today. Contains interviews with key personalities and riders. Filled with both technical advances and racing successes.

The author

Colin MacKellar has been writing about motorcycles for the past twenty-five years. He was an early adopter of web-based journalism, working with Motorcycle Online from 1996 until 2002, including stints as World Super Bike and Moto GP correspondent. He lives in Holland.

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Format: Hardback, 191 Pages
ISBN: 9781852239206
Illustrations: 159 b-w & 25 color ill
Size: 7.75 in x 10 in x 0.75 in / 196.85 mm x 254 mm x 19.05 mm
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