Speedreaders.info, which features ‘authoritative reviews of transport books and media’, has seen fit to review my most recent book ‘The Chopper: The Real Story‘, and to their great credit they’ve clearly read it cover to cover (and noted its 60,000 word content).  They also grasped my intention for the book; to provide a new context for understanding the chopper thing, as a uniquely American phenomenon akin to Jazz, Rock n’ Roll, the Beat scene, and Abstract Expressionism. The chopper can be understood as a Folk Art movement with deep roots in a multi-racial American counterculture, as my research demonstrates in the book.  I’d be honored if you’d give it a read; you can purchase The Chopper: The Real Story here!

 Read the review on Speedreaders.info here!

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