Or as I put it, a lack of control at the corner entrance; the brakes are a control, and riders that crash rush into the corner without this control on. So wherever you are in your riding career, study the following column. Keep it with you for the next few weeks and review it before and after rides. Riding improvement happens in your mind when the bike is sitting still and I encourage you to work hard at your riding because mistakes can be catastrophic. Riding well is difficult, riding poorly is easy and painful.
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My son of 39 rides better than me and I am a senior and been riding since I was He out-rides me easily though I was on a road R1 so a bit reticent. I have now bought myself a copy and my cornering has greatly improved from a safety and speed aspect. Like skiing, riding a bike is an ever-learning experience. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned by heatherchris23h Oct 11, A valuable book for any motorcyclist.
This book provides a wealth of great, potentially life saving information for motorcyclists of all levels. Included are plenty of tips for maximizing your riding experience, equally divided between performance and safety. If you continually strive to be the best rider you can, you should check this one out. It includes not just what you should do, but the science behind it. Great for both street and track riding.
Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned by cmdr May 04, Great Beginner Book to take You to the Next Level This is a great book for someone who is relatively new to sport riding and who wants to improve their skills.
It covers all aspects of the basics. It does bring some issues to light that even seasoned riders may not have contemplated. I read the book in two days. It is well illustrated and well written. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned by terenzini Jul 17, Excellent book for the road or track.
This book is very informative. The language is simple, effective and easy to read. This is not a book on how to become a street racer. Though track day riding is covered. It is a book about learning the skills to be faster, confident and comfortable.
Because a comfortable rider is a SAFE rider. Although it is geared towards Sportbike riders, these lessons are for ANY type of motorcycle.
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