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Moto Guzzi

Author : Greg Pullen
ISBN : 9781847975775
Genre : Transportation
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With the launch of the new California 1400 in 2013, and actor Ewan McGregor appointed brand ambassador, Moto Guzzi's owners Piaggio are proving their belief in the future and importance of Moto Guzzi. Moto Guzzi - The Complete Story charts the development of the stylish Guzzi bikes and the highs (and lows) of one of the oldest motorcycles marques still in existence. Topics covered include the origins of the Moto Guzzi factory at Madello del Lario - the oldest motorcycle factory in the world; the success at the Isle of man TT and races worldwide; the development of the V-twin engine; the De Tomaso years and the introduction of the iconic Le Mans model. The complete story of Moto Guzzi, from 1921 to the present day covers some very special motorcycles and some astonishing people who made it happen. Will be of great interest as a reference book to all motorbike enthusiasts and is superbly illustrated with 250 colour photographs.

Bmw Gs

Author : Phil West
ISBN : 9781847979285
Genre : Transportation
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A definitive guide to the iconic BMW GS, the model that revolutionized the dual-purpose adventure bike in 1980. Combining all-terrain capability, high performance and on-road ride comfort, the GS is the bestselling large-capacity motorcycle in the UK and is still evolving today. Including comprehensive specification details, owners' experiences and previously unseen pictures, BMW GS - The Complete Story covers the original R80G/S and its impact on the industry; design and development of all the updated models; radical engineering concepts and technology; worldwide racing success for the GS and finally, the all-new R1200GS of 2013 and the future of the GS. Superbly illustrated with 196 colour and 8 black & white illustrations, many previously unseen.

Ducati Desmodue

Author : Greg Pullen
ISBN : 9781847979025
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A definitive account of the popular Ducati Desmodue - the reliable, affordable, high-performance motorcycle range that boasts one of the most successful Italian motorcycles of all time, the Ducati Monster, and is still in development today. Including full production histories, comprehensive specification details and owners' experiences, this new book covers the history of Ducati and the rise of the brand in the 1970s and Grand Prix racing with Fabio Taglioni's desmodromic valve engine design. The world-beating TT2 and TT1 racers are covered along with the best-selling Ducati Monster, the Desmodue 900SS and the SportClassic range. With the Scrambler, and new Ducati factories in Thailand and Brazil, the Desmodue story is brought right up to date - a story based a wonderful corner of Italy, some very special motorcycles and the astonishing people who made it all happen. Fully illustrated with 211 colour photographs.

Rudge Whitworth

Author : Bryan Reynolds
ISBN : 9781847976888
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A history of the Rudge-Whitworth cycle and motorcycle company, from the late 1800s to the 1940s, including full production histories of the motorcycle models. Topics covered include: the origins of Rudge-Whitworth, from Daniel Rudge's early bicycles, to the Pugh family merger; the expansion into motorcycle production in 1909, with the 'M' prototypes and 'F'-head engines; the invention of the Rudge Multi gear engine in 1912, and a subsequent Isle of man win in 1914; the innovative 'Rudge Four' engines, with four parallel valves per cylinder; the 'Python' models - Rudge equipment used by other manufacturers, including in Enzo Ferrari's Scuderia Ferrari, and finally the post-war slump and a move to EMI, with later attempts to revive the Rudge name. With hundreds of original photographs, Rudge-Whitworth - The Complete Story is an ideal resource for anybody with an interest in the world's largest cycle and motorcycle manufacturers of the early twentieth century, with over two thousand machines still in existence, being enjoyed by their owners today. Superbly illustrated with nearly 200 original photographs (180 colour and 15 black & white).

Ajs And Matchless Post War Singles And Twins

Author : Matthew Vale
ISBN : 9781785001963
Genre : Transportation
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Associated Motor Cycles (AMC) produced some of the most iconic British bikes of the 1940s and 1950s. Badged as either AJS or Matchless, the range covered everything from plodding ride-to-work four-stroke singles, weekend racers, two-stroke motocrossers and full-blown Grand Prix contenders. Illustrated with over 200 photographs, this comprehensive account looks at the history and development of the single and twin-cylinder ranges; the racing bikes; technical details of all major models, and owning and riding AJS and Matchless bikes today. An invaluable resource for the AMC enthusiast and motorcycle historians, superbly illustrated with over 200 colour and black & white photographs.

Moto Guzzi

Author : Jan Leek
ISBN : 3613027313
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The Art Of Ducati

Author : Ian Falloon
ISBN : 3667100353
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Ducati Monster

Author : Ian Falloon
ISBN : 3613039214
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Moto Guzzi

Author : Ian Falloon
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Musik Und Emotion

Author : Horst-Peter Hesse
ISBN : 9783709160930
Genre : Psychology
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Einflüsse von Klängen auf Psyche und Körper des Menschen sind seit der Antike bekannt. In diesem Band werden sie in einem umfassenden System beschrieben und erklärt. Der Autor gibt Einblicke in Bau und Funktion des Gehirns und erweitert dadurch das Verständnis für dessen bewusste und unterbewusste Leistungen. Auf dieser Grundlage werden die komplexen Einflüsse der Musik auf den Menschen und seine Emotionen erklärt. Ein Schichten-Modell der Persönlichkeit zeigt Möglichkeiten auf, wie heilsame Wirkungen der Musik genutzt werden können. Das Buch wendet sich an Ärzte, Psychologen, Musiktherapeuten und Studierende in diesen Fachgebieten, darüber hinaus aber auch an interessierte Laien. Fußnoten erläutern unmittelbar die wissenschaftliche Fachterminologie und erleichtern so die Lektüre. Ein ausführliches Sachregister macht das Buch gleichzeitig zum Nachschlagewerk, und das Literaturverzeichnis bietet umfassende Hinweise auf weiterführende Literatur.

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