The 750 Four gave Honda the machine to lead the world, but here in the UK we coveted the smaller Fours. They’re great, easy machines to ride. And, if the truth be known, we all like them better than the 750. | eBay!
Classic Japanese Motorcycle Guide
By: Rod Ker
This is the definitive guide to Japanese bikes from the 1960s to the early 1990s, concentrating on mainstream, affordable models from the ‘big four’:
Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha.
Fully illustrated throughout, the book provides a brief history of the Japanese motorcycle industry, its post-war rise and displacement of traditional British, European and American marques.
Specific bikes are then grouped and discussed in detail, providing an essential reference for buyers and enthusiasts alike.
“A great read for any two-wheeled history fan”Daily Express
Hardback, 233 x 169mm, 240 pages, 200 colour & 100 b&w illustrations
ISBN: 9781844253357 Book No: H4335
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Mick Grant – Takin’ the Mick
by Mac McDiarmid
Foreword by James Witham
Mick Grant, leading British motorcycle racer of the 1970s and 1980s, was a factory rider for Norton, Kawasaki, Honda and Suzuki.
He raced against Mike Hailwood, Barry Sheene and Giacomo Agostini, won three grands prix and seven TTs, and later worked in team management.
His book is packed with frank and funny stories about the great and the dodgy.
Hardback, 234 x 156mm, 320 pages, 30 colour & 15 b&w illustrations
ISBN: 9781844257287 Book: H4728