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Award-winning road racing books hit the shelves again

By Staff Reporter

Published 11/12/2015

Award-winning book 'Beautiful Danger'
Award-winning book 'Beautiful Danger'

World-renowned photographer Stephen Davison, who is also an accomplished writer and publisher, has re-launched his award-winning titles 'Beautiful Danger' and 'Ragged Edge' just in time for Christmas.

Previously sold out in hardback, 'Beautiful Danger' is one of the greatest road racing books of all time: a collection of 101 brilliant photographs.

The book celebrates the spectacle and the tradition of the sport and the heroes who have made it great.

Legends like Agostini, Hailwood and the Dunlops are complemented by modern stars like Rutter and McCallen, who all make it into Davison's hall of fame.

'Ragged Edge' is another must-have with 120 stunning full-colour photographs, offering fans a thrilling insight into the road racing scene and the lives of the riders.

There's incredible action images of TT legend John McGuinness, record-breaking NW200 ace Robert Dunlop and Dungannon's all-conquering Irish National Road Racer Ryan Farquhar.

Both titles are available now from all leading bookshops or direct from Blackstaff Press at www.blackstaffpress.com

'Beautiful Danger' is priced at £12.99 (€16.99) with 'Ragged Edge' priced at £18.99 (€23.99).

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