An authoritative illustrated record of the rich history of the world's most famous motorcycle road race series. Written by acclaimed motorcycle racing authors Bill Snelling and Michael Scott, with a foreword by Isle of Man TT legend John McGuinness, this beautiful book celebrates the Isle of Man TT, the ultimate motorcycle road racing. The 37 miles of the 200-bend Snaefell Mountain Course witnesses riders hurtling around a circuit which is terrifying to ride, but where the action is always spectacular and hair-raising for racers and specators alike. The exploits of the great TT champions, such as Joey Dunlop, Mike Hailwood, John Surtees, Giacomo Agostini and John McGuinness, are legendary and Isle of Man TT: Photographic History - through 150 magnificent photographs - brilliantly captures the spirit, excitement and danger of one of the oldest and most revered events in world motorsport.
Bill Snelling is a world leading Isle of Man Tourist Trophy authority and motorcycle historian. He is the author of a number books on the history of motorcyle racing and is the custodian of a quarter of a million images of the TT and Manx Grand Prix races. Michael Scott has been a motoring journalist for almost 40 years, and has specialised in motorcycle grand prix racing, attending almost every GP, since 1984. As well as contributing to magazines worldwide, including Japan, the USA, Australia, India and much of Europe, Scott has edited SuperBike Magazine and Road Racer. He is the author of a several books, including the critically acclaimed Wayne Rainey - His Own Story, MotoGP: Yesterday & Today and MotoGP: The Illustrated History. He lives in Wimbledon, London.
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