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How To Control a Sidecar (Yaoi) (Yaoi Manga)
by Makoto Tateno
Paperback from Digital Manga Publishing

Sidecars (Shire Library)
by Jo Axon
Paperback from Shire

American Borders: A Solo Circumnavigation of the United States on a Russian Sidecar Motorcycle
by Carla King
Paperback from Motorcycle Misadventures
Published: 2008-04-01
ISBN: 0964644517
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An exploration of the borders between the United States, Canada, and Mexico becomes a comedy of breakdowns in small towns all around America in this four-month, ten-thousand mile adventure. Experience moments of blissful backroads freedom, cultural connection, and roadside romance--interrupted by cracked welds, electrical gremlins, evil tow truck drivers, tornadoes, and hurricanes. From B.C. to the Blue Ridge, Boquillias to Beverly Hills, American Borders is a unique and intimate exploration of the United States and its neighbors.
Directory Of Spare Parts For Harley Davidson Motorcycles And Sidecars: Twin Cylinder Heavy Weight Models 1913 To 1921 Reprint
by Ross Bolton
Paperback from CreateSpace

Heavy Sidecar Motorcycles of the Wehrmacht
by Horst Hinrichsen
Paperback from Schiffer Pub Ltd

The Sidecar Kings
by Jon Burcaw
Paperback from Outskirts Press
ISBN: 1432771914
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The Sidecar Kings
By Jon Burcaw
Life is filled with challenges. You can let them overtake you or you can get ready for the next cool thing to happen. The choice is yours.
Award-winning writer Jon Burcaw, in this, his first book, brings together the unique worlds of wheelchairs and motorcycles. He draws on his own life experiences as an avid motorcycle enthusiast and father of a profoundly disabled child to weave an inspirational tale for young adults.
Eight-year-old TJ, a wheelchair-bound boy, anxiously waits to take the ride of his life in a very special machine during his first Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) summer camp experience. Befriended by a seasoned group of boys at the camp, all with similar disabilities, TJ learns about the amazing trip that lies ahead of him.
But a dangerous storm threatens to ruin the day. Unknown to him, an intrepid group of motorcycle riders responsible for making the special ride happen, are caught in the same storm. As the camp prepares for the worst, the riders soldier on against all odds.
Through great storytelling and clear imagery, this book challenges commonly held stereotypes of bikers and the handicapped as well. At the conclusion of the book is a list Questions to Ponder that will provide group discussion opportunities.
A 1983 graduate of Moravian College, Burcaw published his first piece in the MDA's Quest magazine in 2008. It earned the 2009 Communicator Award of Distinction presented by the International Academy of the Visual Arts.
A fundraising champion for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Burcaw has raised over $120,000 for the cause since 2001. He is pledging a portion of the proceeds of each book to MDA research. He resides in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania with his wife and two children.

Two Fat Ladies: Gastronomic Adventures (with Motorbike and Sidecar)
by Jennifer & Dickson Wright, Clarissa. Paterson
Paperback from ABC Books
ISBN: 0733307590

Notes from a Sidecar: A Philosophical Exploration of Vagueness
by John Dale
Paperback from Trafford Publishing
Published: 2006-07-06
ISBN: 1412059100
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Notes from a Sidecar is a travelogue of the mind and of the geography of the Kootenay area of British Columbia and then onto Northern Washington and a part of Northern Idaho in the United States. The author travels in his Kawasaki Vulcan sidecar rig, at times with his wife, and often with his dog "lady". Interspersed with the motorcycle riding are comments on the role of philosophy in modern life. John Dale is not a professional philosopher but has spent his adult life reading and thinking about philosophy in between a career as a physician and pilot. Influenced at an early age by Wittgenstein the trend in his thoughts has been towards the non-verbal and underlying principles that we live by.
Dale shows how we make decisions in our everyday life using unconscious and culturally derived assumptions. Wittgenstein remains largely the starting point in this book, although many precursors to his line of thought are pointed out in an attempt to move beyond the "silent" areas. The roles of doubt, uncertainty and vagueness, are examined in detail to illustrate how we do make decisions, and that in spite of these concepts, we make most of the time accurate decisions. But the importance of acknowledging the degree of uncertainty does not seem apparent. The illusion of certainty is examined as a critical concept so that we may be more at ease with less certainty. The role of language is brought in as the critical factor in the artificiality of the nature of certainty.
In the book we are taken through the influence of aesthetics and ethics and politics on each other. Certain novel ideas about differing forms of knowledge are introduced and the germinal ideas of Suzanne Langer are touched upon.

The Goulding album: James Goulding & his motorcycle sidecars, Claude Goulding, and Dot & Earl Robinson
by Ronald L Rae from R.L. Rae

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