Here the story of a classic motorcycle racer who was fortunate enough to be able to ride many of the best machines from the period, at the highest level, and on many of the most famous road racing courses in the world.
Paris-Madrid was advertised as the largest race in the world. It took place in May 1903 and gathered over 200 racing cars and motorcycles. Unfortunately, however, it was soon interrupted and suspended for many serious and numerous accidents.
This book is the history of this unforgettable race.
With the advent of the motorcycle the thrill of high speed was for the first time a reality. Peter Carrick managed to give us a complete history of motorcycle sport from the beginning to the end of the 60s. A photographic text, full of many facts and anecdotes.
Roberto Gallina, the pilot, the team manager, the technician-designer, the builder, the man who dedicated most of his life to the bike and its various expressions, from the competitive to the technical one. In this book his detailed and illustrated profile.