Aaron Frank is a Milwaukee-based writer and former staffer at Motorcyclist magazine. He is known for his insightful and clear writing. Frank has ridden - and written about everything from 200-horsepower superbikes to 200-plus-mph land-speed racers to 12-foot-long choppers to century-old antique bikes. He's ridden racebikes around Daytona, dirtbikes down the length of Mexico's Baja peninsula, adventure bikes over the Alps, and even ice raced motorcycles on frozen lakes - though he'd really rather be tooling around his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with his two daughters, Kiva and Ruby, in their vintage BMW Airhead sidecar.
"Aaron Frank's new book puts an interesting twist on telling the
tale of Harley-Davidson." * Motorcycle.com *
"Aaron Frank's look at Harley-Davidson through the years by showing us some of the rarely-seen treasures in the company's massive archive is enlightening, entertaining and, perhaps best of all, surprising."
-- Gary Ilminem * UltimateMotorcycling.com *
It's a book for not only for motorcycle fans, but also for fans of the grit and determination of early business development and turn of-the-century industry. * Motorcycle Mojo *