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Freedom’s Just Another Word
Twelve steps to freedom: a break-out debut novel of biker and other chicks, medicine wheels and a roundabout journey of the self. Maggie Hoffer has just been picked up for murder one in the shooting death of Mongrel, her drug-dealing, biker husband. Only Maggie says Mongrel actually shot himself, despondent over the fact that he could no longer ride his Harley. Now Maggie's in prison, awaiting trial, and the verdict that will likely keep her behind bars for a very long time. Desperate for her freedom and still on the run from the truth and the hurts that have driven her life, Maggie hooks up with Big Dee, a black woman as big as a stand-up freezer and Maggie's cell – and soon to be – soul-mate. Joined by Sam and Darlene, the lesbians next door, Stella, an Indian woman whose tough exterior belies her own mystical wisdom, and Chan, a young Chinese girl whose English skills aren't nearly as good as her talent for manufacturing fake i.d., the women form “Freedom Anonymous,” a hilarious twist on a twelve-step recovery program. “F.A.” is just a cover so they can plan their escape, but the program becomes a break-out to an important journey of self-discovery as the convicts make their escape and head out across the country. A strikingly original first novel that is entertaining, funny and poignant, resonant with difficult truths that we all must confront, Freedom's Just Another Word possesses a terrific blend of commercial and literary appeal. Complete with unique recipes – “Lou's Fire Eater Funeral Chili Pot” – the prophecies of the Tarot cards and the teachings of ancient native wisdom, this is a wonderfully rich reading
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Freestyle Motocross II: Air Sickness
Next in the CyclePro series is this follow-up to Freestyle Motocross: Jump Tricks From the Pros. You'll be performing 25 new tricks just as the top freestyle riders Mike Metzger, Travis Pastrana, and Corey Hart, to name a few. Just as the first book, this edition shows each trick in step-by-step or multi-angle photography, with descriptions from the pros. The front of the book features a short, fun profile of the riders and a section describing the bike set-ups preferred by current pros.
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Funky Mopeds!: The 1970s Sports Moped Phenomenon
If you're red-blooded and somewhere between 35 and 50 the chances are that your first bike was a sports moped. This book takes you on a nostalgic full throttle trip back to the heady days of the 1970s and early 80s when these fabulous little superbikes were available to 16 year-olds. Packed with photos from past and present, this book will revive wonderful memories of the machines, the people, the fashions, and even the music of the time. Includes coverage of AJW, Batavus, Casal, Cimatti, Derbi, Fantic, Flandria, Garelli, Gilera, Gitane, Honda, Kreidler, KTM, Malaguti, Motobecane, Negrini, NVT, Puch, Suzuki, Testi, Yamaha and Zundapp.
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Gilera: The Complete Story
Mick Walker presents the long and varied history of Gilera. Gilera's history encompasses almost the entire 20th century, and looks certain to have an exciting future well into the 21st. Topics covered in the remarkable story of this fine Italian marque include: background history; road and racing bikes; and full specifications. Fully illustrated.
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Gloria – A Lifetime Motorcyclist: 75 Years on Two Wheels and Still Riding
Gloria Tramontin Struck rode a motorcycle for the very first time at age 16 in 1941. Women simply didn't ride motorcycles in 1941, but at the urging of her older brother, a very reluctant Gloria gave it a try, and it changed her life forever. She has been riding ever since, and at age 89, still rides regularly and continues to participate in cross country rides. As you might expect, any woman regularly riding a motorcycle in an era when women didn't ride motorcycles has a lot of stories to tell. InGloria Struck: 75 years on Two Wheels and Still Riding, Gloria shares with you all of her favorite stories, from back when she was being raised behind her father's motorcycle shop in Clifton NJ, through 75 years of riding tales, all the way to the present, where she is rightfully celebrated at motorcycles rallies and events. Complementing her life and riding stories is an extensive scrapbook of photos, over 100 of which are included in this autobiography. Also included are anecdotes provided by fans, friends and admirers. Of course, Gloria's book and her stories, are as much about overcoming prejudice and personal obstacles, as it is about riding motorcycles. Because of that, this book resonates with riders and non-riders alike. The message is about more than riding, it's about meeting and conquering life's challenges with courage and humor.
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Since their inception in 1903, Harley-Davidson motorcycles have assertedand established themselves as powerful andreliable motorcycles, quickly becoming anoutright myth for fans and lovers of biking.American par excellence, over the years theyhave been able to resist first the British, thenthe Japanese rivals, renewing their image andproposing new models, which todayconfidently face the challenges of the newmillennium. Many of the Harley-Davidsonmotorcycles have become true "classics" --- Hydra Glide, Duo Glide, Electra Glide, Softail,Dyna, Sportster, V-Rod --- with reproductionsin an endless series of variants, but the soundtheir V-twin engine can produce is unique anddistinctive. Then there is the universe ofcustomizations: personalized and uniquemodels, for which Harley-Davidson has alwaysbeen a pioneer and leader. Not to mention theatmosphere of the many rallies, by nowspanning the four corners of the globe anduniting an ever greater number of enthusiasticHarley owners. The diverse gatherings arelinked by the fact that theyexhibit all sorts of gadgets related to theirbeloved brand. Enriched with texts byan expert journalist/Harley biker and withbeautiful images of the Milwaukeemotorcycles, this volume is dedicated to allaspects of the Harley-Davidsonworld, and especially to its most successfulmodels.
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Harley Davidson FXD Twin Cam 88 1999-2005
Models covered include: FXD/FXDI Dyna Super Glide (1995-2005), FXDS-CONV Dyna Super Glide Convertible (1999-2000), FXDL/FXDLI Dyna Low Rider (1999-2005), FXDWG/FXDWGI Dyna Wide Glide (1999-2005), FXDX/FXDXI Dyna Super Glide Sport (1999-2005), FXDC/FXDCI Dyna Super Glide Custom (2005), and FXDP Dyna Defender Police (2001-2004).
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Harley Davidson Sportster Evolution 1991-1994 (Clymer M429)
This Harley-Davidson Sportster Evolution Repair Manual Clymer 1991-1994 provides detailed service information, step-by-step repair instructions and maintenance specifications.
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Harley-Davidson Big Twins: FL, FX/Softail and Dyna series. 1340cc, 1450cc, 1584cc 1984-2010: The Essential Buyer’s Guide
This straightforward, practical guide will teach you what to look for when buying a Harley-Davidson second-hand.
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Harley-Davidson Bolt-On Performance: Maximum Performance for Big Twins and Sportsters
Author Jerry Smith outlines each of the systems that contribute to your bike's performance and discusses some of the different products out there to take it to the next level, including: induction, cylinder heads, ignition, pistons and rods, exhaust, driveline, suspension and breaking. He brings the information to you, directly from the mouths of some of the industry's most respected manufacturers. Whether you just want to do a carburetor swap and add a set of pipes, or you're looking for the biggest crate motor that can fit in your frame, Harley-Davidson Bolt-On Performance gives you the information you need.
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Harley-Davidson EVO: Hop-Up & Rebuild Manual
Do you want to know how to build a performance Evo-style engine, not what to build? Written by Chris Maida, the man who put in nearly 20 years as editor for American Iron magazine, with help from the crew at R&R Cycles, this book is a must-have for anyone who wants to wrench on his or her own engine. Each section covers a specific subassembly of an Evolution engine. You can pick and choose what chapters are necessary for your project, from installing a new camshaft to installing a top-end kit. For anyone planning to build an Evo that combines power with durability, this book provides detailed photo sequences that show every part of the building or rebuilding process. The crew at R&R Cycles shows how they do a simple top-end hop-up in the chassis. The also show how to build a complete crate engine, assembled on the bench. If you're a rider who takes pride in doing most of your own work, this is a book you need. From a simple rebuild to a complete scratch-built engine, the how-to information and photo sequences you need are right here.
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Harley-Davidson History & Mystique
One of the best-selling Harley-Davidson books of all time is back in paperback. In its hardcover format this book has sold well over 100,000 units and features the beautiful photography of ace lensman Randy Leffingwell. With much more editorial content than other promotional titles, this inspired book looks at key bikes made by Harley-Davidson over the past 100 years and is a must for the Harley fan.
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Harley-Davidson Motor Cycles: Rolling Sculpture: A Pictorial Celebration
There can be little argument that Harley-Davidson has become an American legend-one that is known the world over. But the company can also be heralded as a survivor. Two world wars, the Great Depression, and the fickle buying trends of the American public managed to kill off all of the estimated 300 U.S. motorcycle manufacturers that once dotted the country-every one of them-except for Harley-Davidson. This volume celebrates Harley-Davidson's 95 years in the motorcycle business. The Motor Company has come a long way since William Harley and Arthur and Walter Davidson pieced together that first prototype and no doubt the founders would be proud of its progress.
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Harley-Davidson Motorcycles: Everything You Need to Know
Whether youre new to motorcycling, contemplating your first Harley or just coming back to Americas iconic motorcycle, this book is the only one youll need. From figuring out which Harley suits you to finding like-minded riders and rallies, this book has it all. It begins with the purchase, including invaluable information on choosing the right model for your needs. The book covers every aspect of Harley ownership, from maintaining your bike to boosting performance, from choosing your riding gear to planning and packing for a trip. Included are tips on learning how to ride, personalizing and customizing your bike, and aftermarket options, even a brief primer on Harley-Davidson lore and history.
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Harley-Davidson Panhead Restoration
Among all the older Harley-Davidson models, none holds the allure of the Panhead. Manufactured from 1948 to 1965, the Panhead might be called the first modern Harley. Rick Schunk starts the discussion of Panhead restoration with a brief history lesson, followed by a list of things to look for, and avoid, when shopping for a Panhead. Before starting on a restoration, you have to assess both the machines needs and your own abilities. The next section is dedicated to the bikes chassis, like the rest of the book, this part is made up of photo sequences that explain exactly how to disassemble the chassis, repair the fork, and lace the wire wheels. Other chapters cover paint, engines and transmissions including the overhaul of both an engine and a transmission. Related components like the carburettor, primary drive, clutch and electrical components are covered as well. While there are other restoration guides, there are no how-to restoration books that provide extensive, start-to-finish photo sequences explaining each major operation necessary to the restoration of a Harley-Davidson Panhead.
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Harley-Davidson Softail: How to Hop-Up and Customize Your Harley-Davidson
Got a Softail? Got a hankering to separate yours from all the other Softails parked outside the bar? Search no farther than this new book, How To Hop-Up and Customize Your Harley-Davidson Softail, from well-known author Timothy Remus. Whether your goal is to personalize that two-wheeled ride or give it more than 60 horsepower, the ideas and answers you need are right here. Learn how to install a 95 inch kit with over 100 horsepower, add a 250 rear tire, lower the bike, stretch the fuel tank. Included are customizing ideas, start to finish photo sequences of engine, chassis and paint work, and a list of suppliers for lights, engine hop-up parts, paint and chrome accessories. The various Softail models are among the most popular bikes ever built in Milwaukee.
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Harley-Davidson Sportster Hop-Up & Customizing Guide
There are probably more Sportsters on the street than any other model of Harley-Davidson. Despite the popularity of the Harley-Davidson Sportster, there are no current guides to help owners with a hop-up or customizing project. This new book from Wolfgang includes two, start-to-finish customizing sequences, along with hands-on examples of engine hop-ups.
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Harley-Davidson Sportster: Sixty Years
Things got a little weird in the American motorcycle industry after World War II. People hungered for new motorcycles, buying just about everything manufacturers could build. But on rare occasions a manufacturer produced a machine that nobody wanted. Such was the case with the Harley-Davidson Model K. The Model K had most of the features buyers wanted in a modern machine, like hand-operated clutches, foot-operated shifters, and cool-running aluminum heads, but it lacked perhaps the most important technological upgrade: a modern overhead-valve valve-train design. The Model K retained the antiquated side-valve design because of arcane AMA racing rules written when Harley-Davidson and Indian competed head-to-head on American racetracks, but by 1952 Indian was on its last legs. This should have made the Model K a massive sales success. What nobody counted on was the British bike invasion. Thanks to their modern overhead-valve engines, the lightweight British bikes humiliated the side-valve Harleys on the track and on the street. Upgrades to the Model K didn't help; Harley finally relented and introduced a new overhead-valve middleweight for the 1957 model year. Dubbed the Sportster, it was everything the Model K was not. More importantly, it was faster than the British competition. Thus began the Sportster's sixty-year reign. Harley-Davidson Sportster: Sixty Years tells the complete Sportster story. Noted Sportster expert Allen Girdler covers all the bikes--the XLCH, Café Racer, XR1000, XLX, 883, Iron, Forty-Eight, Seventy-Two, and Nightster--that have made the Sportster one of the most iconic motorcycles on earth.
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Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 88, 96 and 103 Models ’99 to ’10
This manual contains easy step-by-step instructions linked to hundreds of photographs and illustrations. Includes troubleshooting, short cuts, notes, cautions for the home mechanic, color spark plug diagnosis and an easy-to-use index.
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Harley-Davidson Twin Cam, Hop-Up & Rebuild Manual
The Harley-Davidson Twin Cam engine was first manufactured in 1999, and remains the current design for all Big Twin Harleys. Today, approximately 2 million Twin Cams are out there and many of them need work. Even for those that don’t, most Harley riders are looking for "just a little more horsepower," enough to keep up with their buddies on hopped-up Harleys. For anyone wanting to get a little, or a lot, more power from a Twin Cam, this book presents combinations of parts that work together to provide the maximum power for the least amount of money. The crew at R&R Cycles have assembled their favorite combinations, or "recipes," that fall into one of three hop-up categories: Mild, Medium, and Race-Ready. In addition to Twin Cam history and theory, as well as the combinations that work, this new book includes a complete and thorough engine assembly chapter. It has more than 20 pages of sequential photos and detailed captions that explain how a professional shop with a long history of building winning race engines, assembles a Twin Cam that's both fast and very durable.
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Harley-Davidson: An Illustrated Guide
This illustrated guide is packed with interesting facts and follows the history of the famous Harley-Davidson company and the development of its famous bikes, which have earned a special place in the hearts of enthusiasts everywhere. The story dates from 1903 when Bill Harley and the Davidson brothers, with no thought of fame or fortune, decided to build a motorcycle that really worked. So successful was it, that it led to the gradual formation of a company that has survived through good times and bad. Through good times and bad, losing and winning back police contracts, as well as weathering various other vicissitudes, the company has achieved lasting success. In the end, Harley-Davidson came to the ultimate decision of giving its customers what they really wanted, not by providing year-on-year innovations, but by remaining true to the Founders' original concept. The result, as everyone knows, are bikes of mythic status, imbued with a mysterious quality of their own and generating a passion in enthusiasts amounting almost to a love affair. The name has come to personify America and is up there alongside Coca-Cola, Ford and McDonald's. The bikes are described in detail, not only in mechanical terms, but also with glorious photographs, and will be of interest to everyone who loves motorbikes: even aficionados of Japanese and European bikes, who have never even ridden a Harley-Davidson, will be able to recognize the unique marriage of style and nostalgia and the fact that there are no other bikes quite like them.
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Harley-Davidson: Photographic History
Harley aficionado Wolfgang Wiesner sorted through factory archives and personal collections from throughout the world to create this, the first photographic history of Harley-Davidsons. Wiesner provides a thorough development history of Harley-Davidson, following the riders, movie stars, folklore and, of course, the Milwaukee Iron itself.