On Our Shelves Now
James Hesketh, motojournalist and motorcyclist in recovery, offers readers a rare inside look at the social and cultural history of motorcycling and the relationship between drug/alcohol use and recovery. An insightful, engrossing read that will resonate with those who can appreciate the fellowship of recovery and the road, whether or not they have ever ridden a motorcycle.
About the Author
James Hesketh: James Hesketh is a freelance journalist who has been riding motorcycles for thirty-five years and has nearly a quarter-million miles behind his tailpipe. He studied journalism at Florida International University, and was a motorcycle columnist for The Miami Herald. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times, Robb Report, RoadRacing World, Rider, MotorcycleUSA.com, and BMW Motorcycle Owners News. James has ridden through all of the lower forty-eight states, eastern Canada, northern Mexico, as well as a motorcycle trip to Europe in 2005. He also recently began road racing.