Can someone point me to a couple of books (or some helpful articles) on basic street riding technique? I keep getting hits for "Twist Of The Wrist." Is that what I'm lookin' for and are there any others that are worth checkin' out? Thanks.
Nick Inesach's (sp?) book "Sport Riding Technique."
I'm reading it now and find it more compelling than others I have read. I got a TotW video from the local library. Pretty painful frankly.
Proficient Mortorcyling is good, but not sport riding specific like Nick's book. Should read at least one of them anyway as David Hough gets you thinking about a lot of things that could save your life some day.
twist of the wrist II (same as twist of the wrist but with some more content, don't bother with the 1st) is primarily sport riding and written with the TRACK in mind.
i've applied the knowledge to spirited street riding, but a book like proficient motorcycling or street strategies (as pointed out above) would definately be helpful from a safety standpoint. no good being a skillful fast rider if you're gonna wind up under a truck or in a ditch.
The techniques are important for every bike rider especially for cases of dirt bikes. They form part of the most unpredictable set of bikes in terms of applications..More forumers need to add more of such tips and techniques here since they are indeed helpful..