Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle
A Sport Riding Techniques Book Review
But, if you are, in fact, getting comfortable riding, then advancing your skills can be exciting. Getting more comfortable riding curves, twisties, switch-backs, can just add so much to your riding.
So, this winter, take a look at this book as an off-season read.
Sport Riding Techniques: How To Develop Real World Skills for Speed, Safety, and Confidence on the Street and Track is a book for sport riders – or those that want to become better conrtolled riders.
Contemporary sport bikes accelerate faster, brake harder, and cut through corners deeper than ever before. These technologically advanced motorcycles are exhilarating to ride, but to really get the most out of a motorcycle’s performance capabilities a rider must develop his or her own personal performance. Riders need to take their skills to the next level.
Now, in this book written specifically for sport riders, well-known journalist, racer, and riding school instructor Nick Ienatsch provides the tools and techniques to help riders analyze and develop that personal performance. If you’re an experienced rider, Nick will help you hone and perfect your skills, operate controls with even greater finesse, and apply race-proven techniques on the track as well as on the street.
If you’re a beginning rider, Nick will show you how to develop proper skills and safety habits that will add to your motorcycling enjoyment and build your confidence. Whatever your current riding ability, Nick will teach you to safely find the absolute limit of bike and rider.
The Right Book for to Sport Bike Riders
- The book is well written, easy to understand and with lots of great technical diagrams and photos.
- It starts off with the basics even a rookie rider would know but then it grows into more detail with every chapter.
- This book shows basics for performance street riding while always keeping security in first place.
- New riders can find how to ride fast and safely in this book.
- Sport Riding Techniques is good for those who have been riding because you can never stop learning or looking for ways to improve on your riding.