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More Proficient Motorcycling: Mastering the Ride - eBook

4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  197 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Written as a stand-alone or follow-up to David L. Hough's wildly successful duo, "Proficient Motorcycling" and "Street Strategies," this book contains invaluable lessons for avoiding nasty accidents. Presenting new tips and topics geared toward protecting riders from road dangers with a special focus on mental and physical preparedness. Diagrams, examples, plain talk, and ...more
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Published October 26th 2010 by BowTie Inc. (first published March 2003)
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Just repeats the same information from his first book. I wouldn't bother with this sequel -- just read "Proficient Motorcycling".

Two gripes:
-Hough's use of the word "accident" to refer to all types of crashes. About 95% of motor vehicle crashes are caused by human error. Calling these "accidents" implies that the situation was unavoidable and the driver is not responsible.
-The repeated assertion that most of the time it is better to speed as long as everyone else is doing it. This mindset assume
This was a better read than the first one even with some overlapping material. It doesn't get quite as heavily into the physics of motorcycling which is good and bad. I've noticed a big difference in how I ride after reading this.
Scot Berkey
More excellent information for the reader, but there is some overlap with the first book. A worthwhile read nonetheless.
Alfredo Olguin
Good Book it show me how to ride and look forward unless watching sides or looking closer than I must.

More great stuff, this could save your life, no matter how long you've been riding.

Highly recommend!
Rehash of old material. I guess there's only so much one can say about safe riding techniques.
Sharada Prasad CS
Very few new things than the other popular book written by this author!
Everyone who rides should read Proficient and More Proficient Motorcycling.
Falls under "more of the same" from Proficient Motorcycling.
Excellent skills book. Read this if you're a biker.
Fred Ridgeway
A lot of repetition from the authors' first book.
Required reading for any rider.
skimmed through it - very informative
Same as the first.
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