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Sons of Thunder: Writing from the Fast Lane: A Motorcycling Anthology [Paperback]

Neil Bradford
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Review

"If you're making a journey on anything other than a bike, take this with you. It's the next best thing to riding" (Alan Davies)

"Neil Bradford has chosen an eclectic roster of biking enthusiasts for his inspiring and oddly touching volume about the competing joys and uncertainties of two-wheeled life. A bedside book for all bikers" (Peter McKay Daily Mail)

"A marvellous book . . . an altogether entertaining read" (Frieda Hughes)

"Conveying to others with words the life-long love of motorcycling - the thrill of it, the sheer joy - is impossible. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't try. And this is a very good attempt" (Steve Berry TalkSport)

"A treat for motorbike fans" (The Bookseller)

Book Description

An enthralling collection of motorcycle-related writing

About the Author

Neil Bradford has ridden motorcycles for over thirty years. He has owned Hondas, Kawasakis, Aprilias and a Ducati but always returns to flat-twin BMWs and currently rides an R1200GS Adventure. He works in publishing.
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