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So I just bought both of these books, (yes, I know I could have got the pdf version for free online but I like having hard copies).

Any other books y'all would recommend to a new rider/someone looking at learning how to ride safely?

I've been watching vlogs on YouTube like crazy as well. Going to take an msf course before I buy my 300.
 

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So I just bought both of these books, (yes, I know I could have got the pdf version for free online but I like having hard copies).

Any other books y'all would recommend to a new rider/someone looking at learning how to ride safely?

I've been watching vlogs on YouTube like crazy as well. Going to take an msf course before I buy my 300.
Ride Like a Pro looks good. I really liked the videos he does. Will probably pick up the book when I finish Twist of the Wrist 1.
 

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Its not a book but I think the judgment day 4 dvd is a good one. But really I love watching as many vids as I can of ppl crashing and trying to fig out what id have done better so as not to crash.
 

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The Total Control books are great. Highly reccomend them as I too am a new rider. I enjoyed them very much.
 

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i don't really care for them. i own them, i've read them... i don't like them.

much prefer proficient motorcycling...
 

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++1 for Proficient Motorcycling (David Hough)


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the science of road racing motorcycles - keith code


performance riding techniques (haynes) - Andy Ibbot

good for you o/p for buying the books. i bought mine about 19 or so years ago, and i have lent them out to numerous people and they are still gong strong.
 
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