good biker reading

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by hdrocks, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. hdrocks

    hdrocks Active Member

    While my daughters were shopping, decided to relax in a bookstore and look for some harley books to read. Came across John Hall's book, Riding on the Edge and read some before getting a call from my daughters that they are done. Came home and wanted to order from Amazon and instead got ****'s Angel by Sonny Barger. Hard to put it down. What a childhood the man had!

    What are some of the biker books, riding harleys, do you recommend?
    What books do you recommend reading about history of harley bikes with a lot pictures?
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  2. Butch

    Butch Active Member

    Good reads:
    - No Angel (by: Jay dobyns)
    - Under And Alone (by: Billy St. John)
    - Angles of death (by:Julian Sher and William Marsden - investigative reporters. A&E or history channel did an segment based on this book - some scaaaary dudes!)
    - Ridin' High, Livin' Free (by: Sonny Barger)
    - ****'s Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (by: Hunter Thompson)

    I've also read a review on Bargers new book "Let's Ride: Sonny Barger's Guide to Motorcycling, How to Ride the Right Way — for Life" and it looks be pretty good as well.

    That should hold ya for a while this winter :D
  3. hdrocks

    hdrocks Active Member

    I also got this one too. my next reading after his first book..any harley bike picture books with good illustrations? I came across 100 Years of Harley Davidson by Willie Davidson but not sure how good it is.