I'm curious as to everyone's favorite books on riding and safety. I currently own titles by Keith Code, David Hough, Pat Hahn, Greg Fraizer and more, but I am curious - what are your favorite books on riding strategy, safety, and technique - and why?
These books focus primarily on motorcycles, but a lot of the information can be directly transferred to scooters. What tidbits of information do you find helps your own everyday riding and why?
Riding techniques and safety discussions for both street and race.
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David L. Hough's Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well. Hands down allowed me to pass the BRC, and set my skills as a 2-wheeled rider. Though not specifically a book on riding it allowed me into the world of scooter culture and history when I was an outsider looking in -- The Scooter Book, by Bob Woods. My recent reads are more in the narrative and memoir range - I see by my Outfit, by Peter S. Beagle, and The Man Who Would Stop at Nothing: Long-Distance Motorcycling's Endless Road, by Melissa Holbrook Pierson.
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