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, ...

American Bicyclist And Motorcyclist

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Do not go on if the child seems afraid or hesitates in any way. Coaxing, insisting
or persuading should not be employed under any circumstances. Use a oicycle
the right size. The child's toes should touch the ground. A 5, 6, 7 or 8-year-old
should never be taught on a full-size bike. Of course, once the child learns the
fundamentals, the size of the bike will no longer make much difference. To begin
the lesson, face the child, holding the handlebars while the child sits with his feet
on the ...

Motorcycle Safety And Dynamics

Author: James R. Davis
ISBN: 1257645889
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Hesitate within your friction zone as the bike's speed begins synchronizing with
the engine speed, and then let the clutch lever move farther into the friction zone,
but not all the way to position 4. ... With experience you'll find that you can “dial in”
the right amount of clutch lever travel to maintain a barely stable motorcycle
speed without a lot of additional changes to its position; but as a new rider, you
will be making virtually con- stant ... That is absolutely not allowed in this lesson.

Hell S Angels

Author: Hunter S. Thompson
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 364109724X
Size: 40.56 MB
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Das Kultbuch, das Hunter S. Thompson bekannt machte – jetzt zur Debatte als Neuausgabe.

The New Guide To Motorcycling

Author: Robert Arthur Cutter
Publisher: Arco Reprints
ISBN: 9780668027328
Size: 73.83 MB
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Until you operate controls automatically, without looking at them, and in an
absolute minimum of reaction time, you are not going to be a real motorcyclist,
and certainly not a safe one. ... braking correctly. Both your hands and your feet
are used in operating the modern motorcycle. Let's look at the basic controls,
starting with the handlebars. You should find three basic controls up there,
sometimes more. Just in front of the left handlebar is the clutch lever, unless your
machine has the ...

Cycle World

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It does not do well, however, when asked to suddenly support 450 pounds o
sideways-falling dirtbike and rider, H as I found out a decade ago in the *^
Mojave Desert. Likewise, it is ex- s tremely unfond of ATV crashes in which the
rider's boot gets caught up in the handlebar while the machine cartwheels the
other way, a hard lesson ... I made the phone call, hoping something less drastic,
maybe a little pinpoint arthroscopy, would put my joint right. An MRI showed

Zen Und Die Kunst Ein Motorrad Zu Warten

Author: Robert M. Pirsig
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104028486
Size: 50.34 MB
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Das, so scheint mir, ist der Hauptgrund für den Erfolg des Buches. Es traf sich, daß die ganze Kultur genau nach dem auf der Suche war, was dieses Buch anzubieten hat.« Robert M. Pirsig

Motorcycle Illustrated

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He vaulted the fence, seized the wheel, trundled it to the road, sprang to the
saddle and was off on his way to hurry up the rest of ... The lives of the governor
and their beloved captain were at stake, and they did not intend to stop. As they
came in sight of the ... The prompt way the motorcyclists had handled their rifles
at the factory, the terrible havoc they had caused and the knowledge that these
men were but the forerunner of a larger force bad taught the mob a wholesome


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"You can go to any big dealership and on a busy afternoon watch two or three
crashes — new riders climbing onto their brand-new bikes and not even being
able to get them out of the parking lot," says Tom Komjathy, a biker with 38 years
of experience, who is one of my instructors at the ... "We're not teaching you how
to ride," Sandy says at one point, "we're teaching you the language of
motorcycling — the proper way to communicate to your motorcycle what you want
it to do.