The MaddestMonths Of My Life The Journey Starts With An Oddball Race Up An American Mountain And Ends With Me Checking Myself Out Of Hospital With A Broken Back Again As Guys Latvian Grandfather Frequently Reminded Him, When You Dead, You Dead So Before Its All Over, Guy Martin Is Making The Most Of The Time Hes Got In This Past Year Alone, Guy Has Raced The Isle Of Man TT And Finished On The Podium Bike Trekked Through India Competed In SoloHour Bicycles Races Flown A Stunt Plane Broken A Go Kart Speed Record Down A French Mountain And Attempted To Break The Motorcycle Land Speed Record At Bonneville Salt Flats And Hes Done All This Around His Day Job As A Truck Mechanic But Let Guy Tell You About It Himself This Book Starts In A Transit, Ends In A Transit, And In Between Ive Raced A Few Pushbikes, Raced A Few Motorbikes And Got A Fair Few Stories To Tell You Spot On

8 thoughts on “Guy Martin: When You Dead, You Dead

  1. says:

    Great book to follow up on the autobiography Some brilliant insights into what can only be described as a very busy year in his life, he never seems to stop working or trying out new ways to test himself, or his companion Brian.

  2. says:

    Guy Martin is my hero He says it exactly how it is He is very brave and the injuries he sustains he thinks well I ll repair won t I What an interesting read about a year in his life Excellent, would recommend.

  3. says:

    brilliant book written just like guy s talking to you.A must for Guy fans

  4. says:

    Great book, the later ones like this are better than the initial autobiography in my opinion He s an interesting guy forgive the pun who leads an extraordinary life, someone to look upto though he d likely hate it being said One life, live it I couldn t hope to keep up so I read about it instead

  5. says:

    Very interesting to read about what makes him tick A bit sad that he hasn t got a TT win yet, but I can understand that it s not worth having the chimp ratteling the cage and screaming his balls off I like his work ethics and he seems like a bloke you could trust with your life Brilliant that he turned down the Top Gear job even though it probably would make him a lot of money More people should try to be satisfied with what they ve got People that pushes to make fortunes are likely to hurt others on the way up.

  6. says:

    Another interesting insight into the life of Guy Martin This is nowhere as good as his first book as it only follows him for 1 year However that said Guy seems to cram into 1 year than most of us cram into their whole life.I m glad that I bought this book as it completes my set.

  7. says:

    Great follow up to the Autobiography, funny, interesting and an insight into all the challenges Guy has accomplished so far.

  8. says:

    Blunt, honest and brilliant As you would expect it s bike mechanically biased which is a big plus in my book, but possibly not for everyone I really enjoyed reading about how Guy approaches challenges and depth of thought he decides or not to apply to situations It s interesting reading how the arrogance portrayed by the media arises from a desire to focus on the job in hand It s equally interesting to gain an insight into the mind of an incredibly complex personality.