Soft Science of Roadracing Motorcycles

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  • Author : Keith Code
  • Publisher : California Superbike School
  • Pages : 166 pages
  • ISBN : 9780965045032
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Soft Science of Roadracing Motorcycles

Soft Science of Roadracing Motorcycles
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  • Publisher : California Superbike School
  • Release : 14 May 1998
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This exceptional workbook for road racer and sport rider details the process of high speed thought. Hundreds of questions aimed at solving the barriers of speed allow you to dissect your riding and pinpoint problem areas. This book elevates road racing into its proper place among the most demanding sports in the world. Here, the dynamic relationship between the rider and road is defined and ordered into a useable form. Filled with margin notes by World Champion Wayne Rainey. 6th

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