John Reynolds - The Autobiography
By: John Reynolds
Foreword: Paul Denning
John Reynolds spent 35 years racing motorcycles in high-speed pursuit of his dreams, winning five British Championship titles and making his mark in World Superbikes and 500GP racing along the way. He retired in October 2005 after suffering serious injuries in a horrific 140mph crash. Now fully recovered, he says that motorcycle racing didn't nearly kill him, but rather it saved his life. This is the paperback edition of the best-selling inspirational story of Reynold's personal battle against adversity and how he kept his feet firmly grounded in reality during his rise to stardom as one of the most popular motorcycle racers of the modern era.
Paperback, 234 x 156mm, 336 pages, 37 colour & 5 b&w illustrations