Pro Motocross & Off-road Motorcycle Riding Techniques

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MBI Publishing Company, 2000 - Transportation - 207 pages
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In addition to pro tips and step-by-step photos on jumping, cornering, braking, starting, training, and more, this popular dirt rider's bible has been fully updated to include the very latest techniques in full-color photos. All-new information features data on four-stroke bikes, as well as updated information on the latest body positions, bar set-ups, and jumping techniques that reflect the current emphasis on front-wheel landings. Up-to-date advice makes this an essential guide for today's off-road racers and riders. The author is Jeremy McGrath's personal trainer.

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RIDING FOUR STROKES AFTER YEARS OF TWO POPPERS

User Review  - 49andstillriding - Overstock.com

STARTED RIDING WHEN I WAS FIVE. I AM 49 NOW AND OWN A ZY426F BOOK HAD GOOD TIPS ON THE TECHNIQUE DIFERENCES BETWEEN TWO AND FOUR STROKE RIDING. VERY USEFUL FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME WHO HAS BEEN OUT OF THE ... Read full review

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User Review  - max20 - LibraryThing

I like this book a lot because it realy tells the reader in great detail what to do at jumps and turns. I am about to start raceing a kawasaki kx100 dirt bike at Gorman CA. I wanted to read a motocross book that has good riding tips. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Donnie Bales is a motojournalist whose work has appeared for more than 10years in the pages of "Dirt Rider magazine. He resides in Long Beach, California.

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