Cafe Racers ($36) chronicles the evolution of one of the most beloved bikes of the 1960s. It goes from the mid twentieth century all the way to modern times. First becoming popular in Britain, these bikes represented the Rock and Roll subculture of the time. Cafe Racers are nimble, lean, light and beautifully simplistic machines. Michael Lichter, one of the top motorcycle photographers, has captured the essence of the culture in over 200 stunning large-format photographs. While motorcycle culture expert Paul d’Orleans provides the text. If your into bikes at all, this book would make a great addition to your collection.
Over the past 6 decades, which is 60 years (see what we did there to save you doing the math?) the landscape of America has been keenly observed by MAD Magazine, making fun of everyone and everything along the way. Unwavering in its commitment to producing stupidity of the highest level, the legendary writers and […]