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Cycle World's Kevin Cameron is the most insightful motorcycle racing journalist on the planet. He not only understands why racers race and how motorcycles perform, he explains both in ways that lead the rest of us to "aha" moments. This second volume of Cameron's articles and columns highlights his perception that the pursuit of higher performance improves our general understanding of the way things work. Referencing motorcycle geniuses, like Soichiro Honda and Erik Buell, and legendary machines, like the Bimota Tesi and the Britten V-1100, Cameron shows how racing serves man's never-ending quest for excellence.
"Cameron," writes Dean Adams on SuperbikePlanet.com, "is easily one of the most well read and well known motojourno scribes on the planet. His column — TDC — is read with interest each month by everyone who fancies himself a serious mover, shaker or even a serious enthusiast. From Marlboro Roberts mechanics in Europe to a quiet woodworker in LaCrosse Wisconsin, all read his columns in Cycle World and Motorcycle International, addicted to the imagery."
Enthusiasts, aficionados, and addicts alike will find something to celebrate and plenty to simply enjoy in this second collection of the incomparable Kevin Cameron's articles and columns from Cycle and Cycle World magazines. Sometimes technical, sometimes philosophical, always entertaining, the pieces are arranged thematically, and Cameron provides a brief introduction putting each into context. In the wide world of motorcycle writing, there is no one quite like Kevin Cameron — and nothing quite like the opportunity this book offers for joining him on a long, entertaining, enlightening ride.