Japanese Custom Motorcycles

The Nippon Chop - Chopper, Cruiser, Bobber, Trikes and Quads

Japanese Custom Motorcycles
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Format: Hardback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845845308
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Many books have been published about Japanese motorcycles, but none has focused exclusively on the Japanese motorcycle-based chopper, bobber, trike, and quad custom bike scene--until now.

This book looks at some of the fascinating custom projects out there, accompanied by stunning photography of the finished bikes. A great book for Japanese bike fans, and fans of the custom bike scene in general.

The author

Uli Cloesen is the author of seven books on motorcycles, with topics ranging from custom bikes to cafe racers and sidecars. He also contributes articles to New Zealand and German bike magazines. His interest in British motorcycles stems from ownership of a Hinckley Triumph Bonneville and an Indian-built Royal Enfield Bullet. Uli was born and raised in Germany and lives in Wellington, New Zealand.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845845308
Illustrations: 275 photos
Size: 9.84 in x 9.84 in x 0.5 in / 249.94 mm x 249.94 mm x 12.7 mm
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