The Savvy Guide to Motorcycles

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Indy Tech Publishing, 2005 - Transportation - 251 pages
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The wind in your face, the feel of the open road, the sounds of nature; motorcycling has long been a passion enjoyed by a select few. In the minds of many, it was associated with danger, either from motorcycling itself or from some of the people the sport tended to attract. That has all changed over the last decade as baby boomers find themselves with time, money, and the desire to enjoy what they couldn't when they were young.
 

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Contents

Savvy Guide Icons
7
What Is It about Motorcycles?
15
Getting Rolling
29
Getting Trained Getting Legal
47
Your Own Ride
61
Time to Lay Your Money Down
81
A Crash Course in Personal Protective Equipment
111
Stayin Safe Stayin Alive
137
Places to Go People to Ride With
185
Youre Not Out There by Yourself You Know
205
Motorcyclists in Your Blind Spot
219
Glossary
229
Bibliography and Resources
237
Index
245
About the Author
251
Copyright

You Brought It Home You Take Care of It
163

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