More Proficient Motorcycling: Mastering the Ride

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BowTie Press, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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Explains the dynamics of safe motorcycling, including ways to become a better rider, navigating the roads, and lifesaving tips to remember while riding.

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User Review  - Sharada Prasad CS - Goodreads

Very few new things than the other popular book written by this author! Read full review

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Excellent skills book. Read this if you're a biker. Read full review

About the author (2003)

David Hough is a longtime motorcyclist and journalist. He has traveled extensively by motorcycle throughout North America and Europe. David does all of his own motorcycle maintenance, drives a sidecar outfit, and rides off-pavement as well as on the street, all of which provide a unique perspective on real-life motorcycling. David's daily motorcycle commutes through city traffic for twenty-five years provided an ongoing stream of experiences that led him to write articles about riding skills and accident avoidance tactics. His work has appeared in numerous motorcycle publications, but he is best known for the monthly skills series "Proficient Motorcycling" in Motorcycle Consumer News, which has been honored by special awards from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. David has been employed professionally as a technical illustrator, photographer, and instructional graphics specialist in the aviation industry, so it is natural that his articles are profusely illustrated by photos and drawings, all of which he creates himself. In his spare time, David has produced the world's first comprehensive training system for sidecar operators. He has also served as a consultant on motorcycle safety and training issues for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, the American Motorcyclist Association, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation, the State Motorcycle Safety Administrators Association, and too many other groups to mention, both here and abroad.

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