With 600 pages this is a big beast of a book!
It makes it too long to read from cover to cover and is best used as a reference, and good at that it is.
To have so many bikes featured from just a 20 year period is quite something, but it includes great artwork from brochures of the time and solid detail.
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You have the usual makes and models in there, but in between are some more obscure machines that will have you intrigued.
For those getting into classics, it’s a great read and will help when you spot a bike you’re not sure about. For those more experienced, it is still a comprehensive, interesting read.
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