The Ride: New Custom Motorcycles and Their BuildersHardback
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- Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag
- Format: Hardback | 320 pages
- Dimensions: 276mm x 304mm x 34mm | 2,360g
- Publication date: 13 September 2013
- Publication City/Country: Berlin
- ISBN 10: 3899554914
- ISBN 13: 9783899554915
- Illustrations note: Mit farbige Abbildungen
- Sales rank: 9,991
'The Ride' explores motorcycle riding as it is meant to be: as a means of getting around with attitude, an extension of one's own body, an expression of personal freedom, but also as a significant challenge to technical expertise, craftsmanship, physics, discipline and driving skill.
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Mitherausgeber des Buches ist der Journalist und "Custom Motorcycle"-Experte Chris Hunter, der mit seinem BikeEXIF Projekt wie kaum ein anderer dafür gesorgt hat, die weltweiten Szene zu vernetzen, ihr eine Plattform und ein Sprachrohr zu geben.
The Ride explores motorcycle riding as it is meant to be: as a means of getting around with attitude, as an extension of one's own body, as an expression of personal freedom, but also as a significant challenge to technical expertise, craftsmanship, physics, discipline, and driving skill. The Ride features transformations such as a boring plastic motorcycle made in Japan in the 1990s turned into a slick cafe racer with an Italian feel, a soulless neo-baroque machine turned into an in-your-face scrambler, or an old find from grandpa's barn turned into a absolutely comfort-free hardtail with the coolest of sounds. "