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November 9, 2004, 07:58 PM

What books should I read in order to improve my riding?

Simply reading every magazine you can get your hands on will help tremendously. When I started riding that's all I had, no experienced friends, no internet, no way to know what's out there. Nowadays most magazines have riding tips section.

"Proficient Motorcycling" and "Street Strategies: A Survival Guide for Motorcyclists" by David L. Hough

"Twist of the Wrist" 1 & 2 by Keith Code

"Sport Riding Techniques: How to Develop Real World Skills for Speed, Safety and Confidence on the Street and Track" By Nick Ienatsch

"Total Control: High-Performance Street Riding Techniques" By Lee Parks.


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