Aermacchi motorcycle books covers the history of Aermacchi and the relationship with Harley-Davidson.
Aermacchi started to manufacture motorcycles in 1951. The bikes were quite successful in the postwar Italian market due to their repeated placements on the race tracks.
Aermacchi: TSB 501 by Mick Walker (1995). This book has been written to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the foundation of the Aermacchi Harley-Davidson Motor Club. It includes: Origins of the Marque and early days, the link with Harley-Davidson, full description of Racing, Sports and Off-road Models, Racing history, Aermacchi in the Netherlands and Belgium, Aermacchi Harley-Davidson Motor Club, Detailed Model Chart, Ala d'Oro Four Stroke Specifications, and Sprint Production figures.
Aermacchi Harley-Davidson Motorcycles by Mick Walker (2005). Covering the Italian Aermacchi Harley-Davidson marque, charts the history of the Varese-based company, which produced some of the truly magnificient motorcycles. From the immediate post World War II era until well into the 1970s Aermacchi, together with its business partner Harley-Davidson from 1960, built a range of motorcycles which were admired world-wide. This was largely due to to the marque's support of the motorcycle sport, originally in trials, motocross and record breaking, but from the late 1950s road racing.