Non-Fiction Motorcycle Novel Portland, OR
If you're a fan of motorcycles and vintage pioneering, check out my adventure book, "Cannonball Run 1919: A Transcontinental Motorcycle Journey." This 296-page non-fiction motorcycle novel tells the true story of two riders and the experiences they shared during a 6-month, transcontinental journey back in the early 1900s.
This incredible historical motorcycle journey is brought to you by the diary of Erling J. Hangerud. Erling and his brother Fred started out in Portland, Oregon, and made the long trek across the continental United States on the Yellowstone Trail during a time in which roads were scarce. The book chronicles their adventure and the events and challenges they faced while heading to New York City and back on motorbikes.
A Perfect Book for Motorbike Enthusiasts
If you love motorbikes, especially classic American-models like Indians and Harley Davidsons, then this motorcycle book is perfect for you. By following the transcontinental motorcycle journey of Fred and Erling, you can experience what it would have been like as a motorbike enthusiast in the early twentieth century. There’s no other tale that truly accounts for the freedom of roaming and riding quite like that which is found in “Canonball Run 1919.”
Narrative Nonfiction Motorcycle Book
It is because of my own love of classic motorbikes and my ties to Portland that I chose to write this book and share the adventure you. I hope that this true story of adventure inspires other motorcyclists to try the journey for themselves and experience the thrill of the open road as you travel across our vast and beautiful nation. So, when you are looking for the perfect adventure book then this is a great read that you will thoroughly enjoy.
Contact me to learn more about the book and to experience a true tale of adventure. I proudly offer the book to customers Worldwide.