BMW Road & Race Motorcycles 1920-1992

Author: 
Walker, Mick and Morley, Don

Recently reprinted and just as quickly sold out, this book by veteran BMW authors covers all road and competition bikes, singles, twins, triples and fours.
Sftbd. 128 pp., 120 color ill.

How to Restore Your BMW Motorcycle: Twins 1950-1969

Author: 
Slabon, Roland
Publisher: 
Motorworks International

This is the Bible for owners of the Munich twin. Incredibly detailed and richly illustrated, it covers all aspects of correct restoration of the R51/2 through R69US model range. Included are detailed chapters on authentic factory and aftermarket accessories and sidecars. It also includes specifications, special tools list, wiring diagrams and a listing of parts/restoration resources and reference material.
Sftbd. 224 pages, over 220 B&W ill.

Deutsche Motorfahrräder 1930-1955

Author: 
Vennekate, Johann Kleine

Covers motorcycles by Adler, Brennabor, Dürkopp, Göricke, Express, Hercules, Mars, Meister, Miele, NSU, Phänomen, Presto, Triumph, Viktoria Wanderer, and more.
Hdbd. 95 pages, 134 B&W and 9 color ill.

Illustrated BMW Motorcycle Buyer's Guide, 2nd Edition

Author: 
Knittel, Stefan & Slabon, Roland
Publisher: 
Motorbooks International
ISBN: 
0-7603-0082-8

Perhaps the best catalog of BMW's motorcycles so far produced. Filled with photos of bikes, a narrative history of the company and its bikes, and very useful appendix of model years and serial numbers.

Bahnstormer - The Story of BMW Motorcycles

Author: 
Setright, L. J. K.
Publisher: 
Transport Bookman Publications, Ltd.
ISBN: 
0 8514 021 3

LJK Setright was a very highly regarded writer for many auto magazines and in 1977 he authored this interesting and somewhat quirky book.

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