This is not just another "How to Ride a Motorcycle" book. It is a definitive book on how to survive the early stages of the motorcycling experience. It provides insights that will be valuable throughout your riding career.
It covers virtually every aspect of your early riding career from your days as a wannabe through being a newbie at the sport, with lessons on the specific skills required to be a truly competent rider, and it explains why. Jim and Cash have distilled the results of over a half million miles of combined experience and have added Jim's detailed analysis of the physics of motorcycling. You'll ride smarter after reading and studying this. 178 pages.
For motorcyclists who have already learned how to operate their bikes with competence. Volume 2 provides detailed explanations of such subjects as weight management and traction during braking and acceleration, slip angles, accident avoidance maneuvers, and much more.
Group riding is covered, including authoritative suggestions for pre-ride briefings, lane changes and other normal riding maneuvers, and unusual formations involving trikes and sidecar rigs, as well as how to deal with an impaired rider. Riders who wish to carry a passenger, tow a trailer, go camping, or tour on their motorcycles will find information here on how to plan such trips. Jim's spreadsheets and models give readers the ability to analyze complicated issues of physics and motorcycle handling. You'll discover more interesting material than you can imagine when you study the contents of Volume 2. 176 pages.
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