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James Whitham, universally popular and one of motorcycle racing s most colorful characters, won three British titles and for well over a decade was a world-class rider, competing in World Superbike, World Supersport, Endurance and Grand Prix. This frank, sometimes moving and always riotously funny account of his battles with the best in the sport, with hair-raising crashes, serious injuries and most gravely of all with lymphatic cancer, ranks as one of the most riveting reads in motorcycle sport.

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