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I libri XL hanno un'altezza minima di 34 cm, ad eccezione dei titoli in formato orizzontale.

Ultimate Collector Motorcycles

250Edizione: IngleseDisponibilità: Disponibile
Questo volume doppio in formato XL offre un’antologia senza eguali delle moto da collezione più importanti di sempre: da rarissimi prototipi, venerati classici britannici e vecchie motociclette tedesche a velocissime moto da corsa giapponesi, innovative Superbike italiane e bolidi da strada dal design estremamente radicale.
Famous First Edition: First printing of 9,000 numbered copiesCopertina rigida, due volumi in cofanetto11.1 x 14.2 in.20.72 lb940 pagine

“Il mondo di oggi è pieno di superlativi, ma ogni tanto arriva qualcosa che merita davvero di essere esaltato come il più grande e il migliore. Ed è proprio quello che accade con Ultimate Collector Motorcycles…. il miglior libro sulle motociclette mai pubblicato, per contenuti e presentazione. Chiunque spenda i 250 euro richiesti per averne una copia non rimarrà deluso dall'acquisto.”

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I libri XL hanno un'altezza minima di 34 cm, ad eccezione dei titoli in formato orizzontale.
Ultimate Collector Motorcycles

Ultimate Collector Motorcycles


Born to Be Wild

100 of the most legendary and coveted motorcycles of all time

Dream Rides: The most spectacular bikes on the planet. From the 1894 Hildebrand & Wolfmüller to the 2020 Aston Martin AMB 001, this set lavishly explores 100 of the most desirable motorcycles to have ever sped thrillingly around a circuit or along an open road. From pioneering record-breakers, luxury tourers, and legendary roadracers to GP-winning machines, iconic superbikes, and exotic customs, this book celebrates motorcycle design and engineering at its highest level. Many examples are from acclaimed private collections and very rarely seen. Others are the all-out stars of renowned motorcycle museums—such as the 1938 Brough Superior “Golden Dream” or the 1957 MV Agusta 500 4C, which took John Surtees to World Championship glory. Alongside some early survivors in astonishingly original condition is a stable of fabled racers—the actual machines that were competed on by the likes of Dario Ambrosini, Tarquinio Provini, Mike Hailwood, Giacomo Agostini, Barry Sheene, and Kenny Roberts.

The fascinating stories behind these fabulous motorbikes are expertly recounted in detail, alongside stunning imagery specially taken for the book by the world’s leading motorcycle photographers. Also included are rare archival gems, from early posters to remarkable action shots. In addition, there is a foreword by legendary petrolhead Jay Leno, and interviews with George Barber, founder of the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum; Sammy Miller, championship-winning racer and founder of the Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum; Ben Walker, Department Director of Motorcycles at Bonhams; Paul d’Orléans, founder of The Vintagent; and Gordon McCall, cofounder of The Quail Motorcycle Gathering, the world-renowned motorcycle concours event held in Carmel, California.

A cornucopia of motorcycle treasures and an absolute must-have for all bike enthusiasts!
I editori e gli autori

Charlotte and Peter Fiell are well-known design authors having written over sixty books on the subject. Among their various areas of specialization is the realm of transportation design in all its diverse forms. The Fiells have lectured widely, guest taught courses, curated exhibitions, and consulted manufacturing companies, museums, salerooms, and major private collectors around the world. Together, they have written numerous TASCHEN books.

Ultimate Collector Motorcycles
Copertina rigida, due volumi in cofanetto28.1 x 36 cm9.40 kg940 pagine

ISBN 978-3-8365-9543-8

Edizione: Inglese
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3 Valutazioni

Ryan S.,20 dicembre 2023
great christmas gift for my motorcycle loving dad


Alecrim P.,11 ottobre 2023
Tudo perfeito!


Froment,11 agosto 2023
Ouvrage magnifique, sans équivalent. Peut-être privilégie-t-il un peu trop les productions américaines...