Out of his love for his grandfather, Mike Dreyer wrote this biography on Floyd “Pop” Dreyer. Pop went from one of the nation’s top motorcycle riders in the 1920s to being one of the leading race car builders from the 1930s into the 1950s and led the way in kit car building. Many of his racing innovations are still being used today. Later he became a successful businessman and was on the first in the United States to sell Honda motorcycles. He custom built aerodynamic flairings for motorcycles and was the first to use fiberglass in building sidecars for motorcycles. You will admire his spirit for life. This is one of the best books on the market.