TT in Camera: A photographic celebration of the world's greatest motorcycle road races


Published to coincide with the centenary of the Isle of Man TT in 2007, this glorious photographic book presents a portfolio of work from Don Morley, the hugely respected motorcycle racing photographer who fell in love with the TT on his first visit in 1953 and returned every year until 2004. Packed with evocative images, most of them in color, this book features all the post-war greats - legends such as Mike Hailwood and Joey Dunlop - as well as lesser names that have played their part in the world's most spectacular motorcycle races. This will be a book to treasure for all TT fans.

Don Morley is widely regarded as the supreme photographer of motorcycle racing. Starting out as a freelance in 1955, he then worked on the staff of Motor Cycle News, The Guardian and World Sports prior to becoming, in 1976, one of the founding directors of All-Sport, the sports photographic agency. He has also written 15 books on classic British motorcycles and two on photography.


Hardback / Cloth over boards
256 pages
11.0in H | 9.0in W | 2.8lb Wt
279mm H | 229mm W | 1,270g Wt