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Spoken for. All gone.

I've had these for several years and got a lot of value from them. Great for newbies, and perhaps even not so new riders - those who want to revisit what you learned before or polish your techniques. Maybe cure a bad habit before it becomes too ingrained in your brain. Take one or all. Pass them along when you're done with them.

Going the Extra Mile, by Ron Ayres - if you're into long distance rides, this is a good place to start.
A Twist of The Wrist, by Keith Code
A Twist of The Wrist II, by Keith Code - this is the best book on riding technique that I ever read. If you read nothing else, this is the one IMHO.
Proficient Motorcycling, by David L Hough
Riding In The Zone, Advanced Techniques, by Ken Condon
Sport Riding Techniques, by Nick Ienatsch

I don't get back here quite so often these days so if I don't reply to you here, ping me at : fjr AT ldrider.ca
 

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'92 GSXR 750, '95 CBR 600 F3, '98 CBR 900rr, '95 YZF600R and a 1982 Kawasaki Spectre 1100
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Sent you a message. Interested in the books...

Thanks.

Rob.
 
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