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haven't read any of those yet, but i found Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to be a good read..........could use more about riding though ;)

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all these books are strictly about improving your riding and safety...


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thought you were recomending some books people who ride motorcycles should read...........

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Here is a list of books I have read so far that I have found to be excellent for any motorcycle rider.

Proficient Motorcycling (should be required reading IMHO beofre anyone gets there lisense)

More Proficient Motorcycling (goes into more detail of the issues discussed in the first book)

Street Strategies (not as much of a book as a reference tool, but it basically points out tons of possible road hazzards/situations and ways to overcome them)

A Twist of the Wrist 2 (great book and you will learn alot about performance riding and the physics behind your bike)

A Twist of the Wrist (not as good as 2 IMHO, and intended more for the racer croud)



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yeah, these are for motorcycling, but it's more for improving your riding abiltiy not improving the bikes ability...


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