Gary Johnson is one of the rising stars of road racing,
not only for his riding style, but also for his great personality.
This fabulous photograph, captured by Stephen Davison,
shows exactly why Johnson made such an impact when he made his Isle of Man TT debut.
In his best-selling book Hard Roads, Davison describes
the story behind the picture.
‘Gary Johnson was a newcomer who wanted to make his mark
in some way at the 2007 Centenary TT. Although he rode to some creditable
finishes on the Ice Valley Yamaha, he will always be remembered as the guy who
jumped Ballaugh Bridge one-handed during the Senior TT.’
This image is printed onto high quality 375gsm, PH-neutral
matte canvas approved to Fine Art Trade Guild and Wilhelm Imaging Research
standards. Combined with the Epson pigment based inks, canvases are guaranteed
to remain crisp and vibrant for more than 75 years.
Each print is UV sealed for ultimate protection, and is
supplied complete with a special hanging bracket for flush fitting onto
standard picture hooks.
The canvases are stretched over a finger jointed, kiln
dried Scandinavian pine stretching frame.
canvas print is available in a variety of sizes - A0 (47”x33”/840mmx1188mm approx), A1 (33”x24”/594mmx840mm approx),
A2 (24”x16”/420mmx594mm approx), A3 (16”x12”/297mmx420mm approx) and A4