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On Book Lovers Day - Books that have inspired you to ride, travel or even fix your beloved Motorbike...

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We recently asked the member of our facebook group, which books have inspired you to ride, travel or even fix your beloved Motorbike...

Wondering if it was Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, Jupiter's Travels, Race to Dakar (Charley Boorman), the very funny Bonjour! Is This Italy? or one of four great Adventure Motorcycle Travel Books by Sam Manicom? Or maybe even our own book from THE BIKER GUIDE

Here are the results 

Touching the World: A Blind Woman, Two Wheels and 25,000 Miles - Cathy Birchall and Bernard Smith (15 votes)     Touching the World - A Blind Woman, Two Wheels, 25,000 miles

Jupiter's Travels - Ted Simon (9 votes)

In Search of Greener Grass - Graham Field (5 votes)

Into Africa - Sam Manicom (5 votes)

Lois On The Loose - Lois Pryce (3 votes)

These Are The Days That Must Happen To You - Dan Walsh (3 votes)

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (3 votes)

and THE BIKER GUIDE book (3 votes) (we are honoured to be mentioned)

Other books mentioned were 

Old Man On A Bike - Simon Gandolfi 

The Long Ride Home - Nathan Millward

Notes from the Road Vol IV - Derek Mansfield

Running with the Moon - Jonny Bealby

Gone Riding - Dom Giles

Is That You Angus? - Fergus O'Connel

Without Let or Hindrance - Dick Powell

Race To Dakar - Charley Boorman

Bonjour! Is This Italy?: A Hapless Biker's Guide to Europe - Kevin Turner

Red Tape and White Knuckles - Lois Pryce

See our section for travel books 

 

Book Lovers Day - Books that have inspired you to ride, travel and fix your

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