Motorcycling The Right Way

Author: Ken Condon
Publisher: i5 Publishing
ISBN: 1620081881
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In this new book Motorcycling the Right Way, Condon lays out a basic riding course for motorcyclists who are smart enough to acknowledge that “you don’t know what you don’t know.” In setting forth the keys to riding safely and well, ...

Help They Re All Out To Get Me The Motorcyclists Guide To Surviving The Everyday World

Author: Ralph Angelo
Publisher: Cosmic Comet Publishing
ISBN: 0615756786
Size: 59.43 MB
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Just as long as you ride, and ride the right way. What does the right way mean? It
means don't ride like the guys you see on cable TV shows who build socalled “
Custom Choppers”, helmet less and wearing only a leather vest and fingerless
gloves. You may besaying “Yeah, but they look cool and that's what I want out of
motorcycling.” If that's the case then throw this book away now, and go get
yourself oneof those useless beanies the cruiser guys wear. Still here? Good.
Now you're ...

Motorcycling Alabama

Author: David Haynes
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817355286
Size: 41.39 MB
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A book with 128 full-color photos and more than 50 color-coded maps offers 50 motorcycle-ride loops of between 75 and 150 miles in length through every region of the state known as the Heart of Dixie. Original.

National Agenda For Motorcycle Safety

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Conspicuity ISSU E STATEMENT Motorcyclists who are conspicuous are
underrepresented in crashes. WHERE WE ARE A common complaint of street
riders is that other motorists fail to observe them. Motorists who violate
motorcyclists' right-of-way frequently state, "I didn't see him,” or "He came out of
nowhere” (Hurt, 1981). The problem of other motorists failing to observe
motorcyclists apparently exists on several levels (see Motorist Awareness, page
31). An important Hurt Report ...

Proficient Motorcycling

Author: David L. Hough
Publisher: i5 Publishing
ISBN: 1935484672
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The foreword to the book is provided by best-selling motorcycle author David Hough (author of I-5 Press’s Proficient Motorcycling and Mastering the Ride).

Let S Ride

Author: Sonny Barger
Publisher: William Morrow
ISBN: 9780061964268
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The Ultimate Motorcycle Guide By the Author Of The New York Times Bestselling Memoir Hell's Angel Let's Ride is a nuts-and-bolts guide to mastering the art of motorcycling.

The Man Who Would Stop At Nothing Long Distance Motorcycling S Endless Road

Author: Melissa Holbrook Pierson
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393083268
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Key West, the southernmost point in the United States, reached by a twolane
road over a hundred miles of archipelago, can be a stubborn traffic knot
impossible to untie. But you need brakes todothat,and Ryan's front pads had
already been used up, in less than half their normal life. Right after he reached
the end, he would have to pull those calipers, and the Alaska mudthatstill
occluded them. Theseare the thoughts he was having ashe threaded his way
tothe end, notthe possibility ...

The Savvy Guide To Motorcycles

Author: Shirley Duglin Kennedy
Publisher: Indy Tech Publishing
ISBN: 9780790613161
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Ride to Work Day is intended to demonstrate: (1) the number of motorcyclists to
the general public and to politicians; (2) that motorcyclists are from all
occupations and all walks of life; (3) that motorcyclists can reduce traffic and
parking congestion in large cities; (4) that motorcycles are good for transportation
as well as recreation; and (5) that motorcycling is a social good. Get the whole
story— and download photos, logos, and other supplementary materials at www.

More Proficient Motorcycling

Author: David L. Hough
Publisher: i5 Publishing
ISBN: 1935484680
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But first she has to work her way through urban traffic to get out of town. And
frankly, all those other drivers seem to be conspiring to get in her way. There was
some nervous housewife in a minivan pacing an old geezer in a motor home side
by side. She was finally able to swerve between them when the minivan driver
pulled a few feet ahead. But now she's trapped in the right lane behind a transit
bus. She's getting really anxious to get past the creepers and get out to the


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Therefore, An E. Motorcyclist knows that a person can't hop on a bike and go full
bore the first time out. As a result, Art E. Motorcyclist knows the new rider needs to
have someone to be a “Big Brother or Sister” for him or her during the first crucial
thousand miles. This doesn't mean sitting on the new rider's back, but it does
mean getting him or her off in the right direction and with the right outlook. It's a
little late (but not too late) to start when the new bike is already in the parking lot.