If You Want the Most Badass Coffee Table on the Block, Pick Up This Stunning Harley Davidson Photo Book

It’s a must-have for gearheads.

A Harley-Davidson “Forty-Eight” with Girl, Photo © Harley-Davidson

Aficionados of Harley-Davidson‘s form of two-wheeled art can’t get enough pictures of Milwaukee’s finest hardware, and they’ll be able to feed their habit with a new coffee table book, titled simply The Harley-Davidson Book, when it hits shelves in September.

Drift at FROZEN FEW, Photo © Götz Göppert

The $65 coffee table book is the work of author Dirk Mangartz and photographers Sven Wedemeyer and Phillip Wente.

© The Harley-Davidson Book, published by teNeues, $ 65, www.teneues.com.

The 224-page hardcover tome includes 150 color photographs and another 100 black and white pictures of these American classics.

The SINGAPORE SUN from “One Way Machine”, Photo © Steffen Theis

Covering everything from the original flatheads to the knuckleheads, panheads, ironheads, the shovels and Evolutions, and the modern-day fuel injected machines, The Harley-Davidson Book promises to immerse readers in every detail of these iconic machines.

The Flat-Track Harley-Davidson XG 750 R, Photo © Harley-Davidson
A Harley-Davidson “Servi-Car”, mid-30s, Photo © Harley-Davidson
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