Kevin Cameron (journalist)

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Kevin Cameron has been an editor at Cycle World magazine since 1991,[1] before which he was an editor at Cycle for almost twenty years,[2][3] and a race tuner from the early 1970s through the 1980s.[4] He is also an author of many books on motorcycles specializing in performance and engineering. Cameron is a graduate of Harvard University,[3] where he studied physics.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Kevin Cameron (2013). Classic Motorcycle Race Engines: Expert Technical Analysis of the World's Great Power Units. Haynes Publishing. ISBN 978-1844259946. 
  • Gorr, Eric; Cameron, Kevin (2011). Four-Stroke Motocross and Off-Road Motorcycle Performance Handbook. Voyageur. ISBN 9780760340004. 
  • Kevin Cameron (contributor) (2010). The Devil Can Ride: The World's Best Motorcycle Writing. Motorbooks. ISBN 0760334773. 
  • Kevin Cameron (2009). Top Dead Center 2: Racing and Wrenching with Cycle World's Kevin Cameron. Foreword by Erik Buell. Motorbooks. ISBN 978-0760336083. 
  • Kevin Cameron (2009). The Grand Prix Motorcycle: The Official History. David Bull Publishing. ISBN 978-1935007012. 
  • Kevin Cameron (2007). Top Dead Center: The Best of Kevin Cameron from Cycle World Magazine. Motorbooks. ISBN 978-0760327272. 
  • Kevin Cameron (2005). Superbikes: The History of High-Performance Motorcycles. Motorbooks. ISBN 978-0760310922. 
  • Kevin Cameron (1998). Sportbike Performance Handbook. Motorbooks. ISBN 9780760302293. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Book jacket", Top Dead Center 2, Motorbooks, 2009 
  2. ^ Dean Adams (1994), The AMASuperbike.com Interview: Kevin Cameron, Superbike Planet, retrieved 2013-09-10 
  3. ^ a b CW IndyGP Seminar Panelist: Kevin Cameron, September 10, 2008, retrieved 2013-09-10 
  4. ^ a b Thomas W. Day (2008), Kevin Cameron Interview Text, retrieved 2013-09-10 

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