Christopher Baker, one of BATW’s founding members, just published a new book called Harley-Davidson: Engines and
Evolution. In this coffee-table book, sumptuously illustrated with 3-D graphics, Baker profiles more than a century of engines that define the Harley-Davidson marque, from the first 1903 single-cylinder production engine built in a backyard shed in Milwaukee to the 2021 water-cooled Revolution® Max V-Twin powertrain. Plus, more than 40 distinct models are profiled in detail, including all the pertinent technical data… from the first F-head single and ‘Silent Grey Fellow’ to the FLHTKSE CVO Ultra Limited–the Rolls-Royce of the Harley line-up–and Harley’s latest coup, the 2021 Pan America adventure tourer.
Bob Cooper had a story published in Marin Living magazine on Hanson of Sonoma, inspired by his visit to their distillery for the September BATW event. Read it here.
Laurie McAndish King made the most of a recent press trip to Calaveras County by filing an NPR radio feature with Nate Randall at Hinterhaus Craft Distillery and Tasting House in Arnold. Tom Wilmer produced the segment for his award-winning show Journeys of Discovery. Listen to the interview here.
Marybeth Bond’s story about Calaveras County/Gold Country came out in print and online in the Tiburon Ark Newspaper, November 24.