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    Senior Member Proficient Motorcycling by David L Hough
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    I have to agree. This is really a great, comprehensive, but easy to understand book. Good topics discussed for real-world riding and preservation.

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    "Don't forget about Proficient Motorcycling II. David Hough's advanced proficient motorcycling book. I read it and paid it forward as a gift to a friend of mine."

    Have read this one many times,Vary,vary good book. Helped me alot!!!

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    Just ordered my copy a few minutes ago.

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    Senior Member Proficient Motorcycling by David L Hough itlives's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclerosis View Post
    but was met with the words, "I've been riding 20 years man! I KNOW how to ride". So...
    Yeah, well, "I haven't been ridiing for 30 years, and I'm re-learning to ride". So there...

    thanks for the recommendation. I've been watching a lot of videos (thanks OCR) and going out and trying the tips. It actually helps.

    After wrecking mine last month, I went over and over in my head what wrong. Lost concentration in the curve and then looked where I didn't want to go -is what I came up with.

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    ANYTHING by Hough is worth your time! Sometimes a bit roundabout in getting to his point (perhaps a function of turning magazine essays into a book) the point is always well worth waiting for. Of all the motorcycling books I've read, Hough is at the top of the list.

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