The English called him the Black Devil, an admiring reminder of his daring riding. Yet there are not many people today who remember Omobono Tenni (1906-1948), one of the greatest motorcycle aces of all time. His ability to go faster than his competitors - even on inferior bikes - his riding style, his empathy with the machine, his courage and approach to a race and to existence itself - always poised between the most strenuous commitment and amused inspiration - are similar to those of the most highly acclaimed champion of our times, Valentino Rossi. The exciting text is enriched by an outstanding collection of photographs which make the book exciting even for non-Italian readers. Size: cm. 25x25 - Pages: 176 - Photos: 139 in b/w and 59 in colour - Hardbound with jacket - Text: Italian
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Book Description Nada, 2007. Book Condition: NEW. Bookseller Inventory # 9788879114141