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Proficient Motorcycling by David L. Hough ISBN 1889540-53-6

Lots of useful information on general riding and survival skills.
 

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EXCELLENT book, I'd highly recommend it as well.

Keith Code's "Twist of The Wrist II" is another great one--but more geared to cornering skill.
 

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EXCELLENT book, I'd highly recommend it as well.

Keith Code's "Twist of The Wrist II" is another great one--but more geared to cornering skill.
with Keith Code i would suggest buy the books,read them, then buy the video. anything you didnt understand in the book you can visually pick up from the video. just excuse the 80's cheesyness of the video
 

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The "Worst Case Scenario" handbook has an interesting section on how to jump from a moving motorcycle to a moving car...does that help anyone? :confused
 

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Where to get them

I went to the local bookstore today, and they had neither :(
Im still lookin for a copy, ive had it recommended to me so many times!
 

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afog05 said:
I went to the local bookstore today, and they had neither :(
Im still lookin for a copy, ive had it recommended to me so many times!
amazon.com has it for cheaper than you can get it at any bookstore thats where i got mine.
 

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Just finished Proficent Motorcycling. Going on to TotW I and TotW II. =)

You order the book online from Barns and Noble.

Took three days to get to me but I never had to go look for it. =)
 

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got TOTW II

I got the book from barnes and noble, its very good, :thumb and I'm suprised about alot of the information that i read.
 
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