By: Rob Simmonds
Hardcover: 160 pages
Publisher: Motorbooks International (August 2003)
At the last round of the 2002 World Superbike Championship, American rider Colin Edwards overhauled season-long title favorite Troy Bayliss in two of the most exciting motorcycle races ever held.
After an incredible championship come from behind victory, Edwards basically got dumped by Honda in favor of Nicky Hayden for a ride on the Honda MotoGP bike.
This authorized biography of the straight-talking, no-nonsense Texan chronicles the highs and lows of a colorful career played out during the glory years of World Superbike.
Here is a unique insight into the sometimes controversial world of the double Superbike champion, who for 2003 embarks on his toughest challenge yet – joining the MotoGP class with Aprilia.
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