The book is organized just as you would a rebuilding project, starting with selecting a bike to work on and finishing with bringing all the pieces together to ride. It contains the practical, down-to-earth information you wish the factory manuals had, but don't.
Brown passes along the tips, shortcuts, and money-saving advice he has acquired over a span of 20 years working with British motorcycles. As an amateur builder himself, he understands that you may not have the expensive tools and equipment found in professional shops. Yet, Brown offers practical, clever ways to get the job done without spending a fortune.l,