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Mar 23, This is good reading. Top link is a description of the book, bottom link is for the download, the tenth item down on the list. Lots of other. Jul 3, Click here to download From the Back Cover Contemporary sport bikes accelerate faster, brake harder, and slice through corners deeper than. Proficient Motorcycling by David L. Hough Total Control by Lee Parks A Twist of the Wrist II by Keith Code Sport Riding Techniques by Nick Ienatsch Motovudu.

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He was copping flak from a 25 year old guy who was riding for a top team with top machinery. At 25 McGuinness was still laying bricks and trying to get the money together to go racing. In the earlier days he did have a big American motorhome but only a few people knew that was his only home. He, his wife and kids lived in it full time. Still, he could return fire.

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At a subsequent TT McGuinness had won and Guy Martin was on the podium with him, as ceremonies were completing McGuinness turned to Martin, shook his hand and said "Excuse me I have to go and polish my motorhome. He really doesn't want to be bothered just prior to the start of a race but people will come up for a selfie or a chat or whatetever. He obliges because he understands that it's a big occasion for them too. There's some nice anecdotes about TT characters.

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He tells about the occasion Joey Dunlop was honoured by his home town. McGuinness and some other Brit riders went across to support Dunlop which he appreciated. After the formalities the group adjourned to Dunlop's pub.

After a serious drinking session Joey Dunlop drove the guys back to their accommodation. The place had a big rockery out the front, as he left Dunlop demolished the rockery completely. The owner appeared screaming the odds wanting to know what the Hell was going on.

Surveying the scene he asked, "Is that Joey Dunlop? McGuinness comments on the various classes of bike.

The s need to be ridden very precisely to get a good lap time and he feels the successful riders are underrated. The Superstock bikes are relatively easy to ride and thus there are quite a few riders capable of riding at the front of the field. The Superbike class is different.

I have found braking on paved tar roads better than on concrete roads. Again I use braking ratio of 6 Front :4 Rear on paved roads. Quote: 3. What is the difference between the use of the front and back brakes? Some members have already explained this in detail, just to add my thoughts.

No single brake should be used for braking, in fact both the brakes must be used as it distributes the braking force and helps keep the motorcycle stable. Again ratio is what I stick to.

Quote: 4. What is the difference between braking on public roads versus braking on race tracks? There is a vast difference as the traffic situation and the roads itself are unpredictable while riding on public roads.

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So one needs to be more alert and ride at sane speeds to react and minimize the damage to self and others. Track racing is different where one knows the track if they have been there before or can take a practice ride for the first couple of laps to understand the track and then gun the throttle for racing.

One should avoid doing engine braking while racing as it will lock up the rear wheel unless equipped with slipper clutch and throw the rider in the air.

Again I feel combination braking with both front and rear will help to keep the bike stable. The above rules may or may not apply to all the motorcycles as some have sharper front brakes while some have sharper rear brakes. Also the weight dynamics of the motorcycle front heavy, centre of gravity, tyres, etc.Awesome that you can download it!

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He wants enough power but he also wants reliability. If he stuffed up, be it a social situation, a business decision, an on-track incident or a familiy situation, he doesn't hold back. Again ratio is what I stick to. If you're an experienced rider, Nick will help you hone and sport riding techniques by nick ienatsch pdf your skills, operate controls with even greater finesse, and gba emulator ps vita raceproven techniques on the track.

Mitch Boehm went on to become the editor and chief of Motorcyclist magazine. Ignore the fact that it was dated years ago - you'll pick up a lot of useful stuff here. He tells about the occasion Joey Dunlop was honoured by his home town.

At 25 McGuinness was still laying bricks and trying to get the money together to go racing. The club struggled for several years after the state's only race track, Bonneville Raceway, closed its doors.

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