This is the story of Northern Ireland's extraordinary Dunlop family - motor-racing titans - as told through the eyes of the world's leading road-racing photo-journalist, Stephen Davison. Davison has followed the careers of Joey Dunlop, his brothers Jim and Robert, and the entire family, since the 1970s.
From the start, the passion the Dunlops had for their sport superseded the political and civil unrest by which they were surrounded in Northern Ireland. They were true self-made sporting giants, working-class heroes who gave everything to their exhilarating and adventurous, but often treacherous careers.
From their earliest days on the circuit in the '70s, Davison cheered on his heroes from the hedgerows. He witnessed this formidable family dynasty at their highest and lowest moments, from their humble beginnings, to victories at the North-West 200 and the Isle of Man TT, to their ultimate, devastating losses.
This is the story of triumph and tragedy. Of family and fearlessness. With dynamic, adrenalin-fuelled photography on every page, Davison's book encapsulates the turbocharged world of road racing in these isles, and it is the ultimate tribute to the Dunlop family, whose influence on the sport is immeasurable and will remain so for generations to come.