Honda's V-Force: The four-stroke V4's on road and track
Honda's V-Force: The four-stroke V4's on road and track By: Julian Ryder
Good Condition. (Pictorial Hardcover with some corner tip wear and small nicks. No dust jacket if issued with one. Unmarked text. Solid binding. Store sticker on back.)
The fascinating story of the Honda RS and RVF racers along with the VFR streetbike. Detailed coverage includes the introduction of Honda's V-motor in 1982 and initial disappointments, the competition successes of Joey Dunlop, the launch of the VFR to world-wide acclaim and the legend of the Honda France pit crew, the NR500/750 and the myths of the oval-piston motor, the launch of Superbike regulations and the introduction of the RC45. Contains detailed specs and competition results.
About the Author
Julian Ryder is an accomplished motorcycle journalist who also commentates on the World Superbike Championship for British television. His previous books are Carl Fogarty: The Complete Racer and World Superbikes: The First Ten Years.
- Hardcover:160 pages
- Publisher:Haynes Publishing (May 8, 1999)
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight:5 pounds