Here's everything you need to successfully improve your riding, novice or veteran, cruiser to sportbike rider. This book contains the very foundation skills for any rider looking for more confidence when cornering a motorcycle. Notes and comments by Eddie Lawson. Foreword by Wayne Rainey.
Librarian by day but motorcyclist enthusiast and expert whenever possible, Kennedy demystifies the hobby in a very savvy way. She covers choosing a motorcycle, rules-of-the road, training, maintenance, etiquette and more.
Everything a Woman Needs to Know About Bikes, Equipment, Riding, and Safety
Author: Lynda Lahman
Publisher: Lumina Media
Recent statistics show that approximately 12 percent of motorcycle owners are women and that close to 25 percent of motorcycle riders are women. While it’s still a male-dominated field, the number of female bikers has increased by more than 25 percent in just five years, showing that women have a strong presence on two wheels. In The Women’s Guide to Motorcycling, author Lynda Lahman, herself a motorcycle owner and rider, provides a comprehensive look at motorcycling techniques, street smarts, and safety concerns while addressing female-specific challenges as well as issues that all bikers face from a female point of view. INSIDE The Women’s Guide to Motorcycling Anecdotes from female motorcycle enthusiasts, riders, and owners, including the author’s own story Women as a growing presence among riders, including notable names of the past and present Motorcycle skills from basic to advanced, appropriate for bikers of all levels of experience and expertise The physical and mental aspects of riding Considerations for choosing a bike, such as seat height and weight distribution, and female-appropriate gear A primer on proper maintenance and dealing with mechanical problems Different types of riding, such as sport, racing, touring, long distance, and off road Getting more out of the sport through involvement in clubs, forums, charity events, and mentoring new riders
Motorcycles weren't designed by opinions or good advice and riding is the same. Keith Code's A Twist of the Wrist II describes the precision riding techniques that all riders need to conquer their fears and overcome the barriers to cornering such as: Rider input, Steering, Visual Skills, Braking, Body Position, Throttle Control and more. A world wide best-seller since its publication and translated into several languages, this go-to book for all motorcyclists from weekend riders to racers is now available in eBook format for your convenience.
Chiefly Devoted to Library Economy and Bibliography
Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.