Titolo: How to Build a Bonneville Salt Flats ...
Casa editrice: Wolfgang Publications, Inc.
Data di pubblicazione: 2008
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9781929133512-3
How to Build a Bonneville Salt Flats Motorcycle documents the construction of "The Worlds Fastest Panhead," conceived and assembled by Keith Ball, former editor or Easyriders magazine and current owner of Bikernet.com, the most popular biker stop on the internet.
Keith walks the reader through all the steps involved in the creation of a true Bonneville Salt Flats motorcycle. From choosing a class to picking an frame, from finding an engine builder to minimizing the aerodynamic drag at 200 miles per hour, Keith explains the how and why of building a Salt Flats motorcycle.
A project of this size is bound to suffer setbacks. Keith Ball uses a personal, narrative style to take the readers on a wild ride, through the ups and downs of building The Worlds Fastest Panhead. Building a Bonneville Salt Flats winner presents a whole series of hurdles. Keith describes each hurdle, and how it was overcome, from determining the best frame dimensions to making the un-streamlined machine as aerodynamic as possible.
L'autore: Keith Ball is quite simply an instiution in the world of custom Harleys and V-Twin motorcycles. For 20 years Keith served as editor of Easyriders magazine, and in that postion came to know all the major and minor motorcyle builders throughout the US and the world. Today, Keith runs bikernet.com, a very biker-friendly web site with features on everything from how-to articles to pin up girls in his "cantina". Longtime rider and builder of custom bikes of his own, Keith has now turned his talents and networking abilities to the construction of The World's Fastest Panhead.
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