Since his work first graced Cycle World magazine in 1977, popular motojournalist Peter Egan has graciously taken his readers along on his adventures, whether they involved riding along the Mississippi River to New Orleans for a tin of chicory coffee or flying to Japan to test-ride new Yamahas.
Twenty-seven of Peter’s favorite columns are reprinted in this book, including his take on how many motorcycles are truly necessary, the nearly lost art of kickstart, how to survive a Wisconsin winter no-riding season, the magical link between dogs and deer and winding roads, and a look back at the great Bob Dylan crash.
Peter is one of us and his love of classic and modern motorcycles, good friends, nice guitars, blues music, and the simple adventures of life give his writing a distinct and familiar voice that reminds us all why we ride.
Paperback: 320 pages
Format: 7.5 by 9.5 inches, black and white