SCRAMBLER, LE STYLE BAROUDEUR

Hainault Hubert

The Scrambler, indicates a type of motorbike with mainly road characteristics, to which slight modifications have been made to be suitable for dirt tracks or short off-road stretches of little... Read more
Publisher: E.t.a.i.
Language: French
Category:

Price: € 42,00
Availability: in stock
Shipped within 24/48 hours

The Scrambler, indicates a type of motorbike with mainly road characteristics, to which slight modifications have been made to be suitable for dirt tracks or short off-road stretches of little difficulty.

The term "scrambler" derives from the English verb "to scramble" which means "to mix".

This was the name given to road motorbikes, in some rural areas of the United States in the late 1950s, with handlebars, tyres and off-road tools mounted to ease the ride on the long dirt roads that connected the ranches to the public roads.

Arriving in Europe, the term was mainly used by Italian and British manufacturers, who produced many scramblers from the 1960s onwards.

This book presents thirteen motorbikes that have joined the stylistic elements of the scrambler. Today, it is all about customization.

Some bikes are pure Scramblers, while others borrow certain aspects. The common denominator of these motorbikes is their desire for adventure and aesthetics.

The scrambler has become a real way of life.

Product specification

Binding
In hardback
Pages
162
ISBN / EAN
9791028304720
Publisher
Languages
French
Publication date
02/2021
Dimensions
25 x 30 x 1,5 cm

Additional information

Book type or Series
History - Descriptive; Photo Book

Write a Review

Login or Register to write your review

Menu
Discover our BOOKSHOP >>