Ever since the first production motorcycles went on the market, owners were frustrated that their vehicles had no personal identity and that their particular model was the same as everyone else’s. At first the would be owner sought to embellish his vehicle by simple lining techniques. This craft was originally used for decorating horse-drawn carriages.

Today, custom bike enthusiasts have made this simple craft into an art form. The most up-to-date graphic techniques are used not only to decorate, but also used to reproduce images which look almost like photographs.

It is a combination of specialized engineering and artistic skill which have led to the custom bikes we know today.

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Authored by Peter Henshaw with photographs by Andrew Morland. Published by Regency House of London in 1994. This hard cover bound First Edition copy is in Fine condition, with a Very Good dust jacket and a PVC plastic covering. The size of the book is 314x243x13mm. ISBN 9781853613937

Dj has a closed chip 35x8mm. 80pp incl index; col fotos thru’out. Clean and tightly bound with no inscription, annotations or markings.