warregl Posted January 26, 2011 Report Share Posted January 26, 2011 I was just reading Cobie's thread on things we do to prepare to ride or race and there was a book mentioned in one of the replies (The Upper Half of the Motorcycle: On the Unity of Rider and Machine by Bernt Spiegel). I wasn't familiar with that one and it made me think that maybe some of us have books we would like to recommend. I'd be surprised if anyone found their way to this forum without being familiar with Keith's books, and probably a few others like: "Sport Riding Techniques" by Nick Ienatsch, "Total Control" by Lee Parks, or even more general riding books like "Proficient Motorcycling" by David Hough. However maybe you've read something less well known, or not even instructional. Maybe it was just a well written fiction that you enjoyed. It doesn't even have to be a book, Hunter S Thompson's "Song of the Sausage Creature" was an article written for Cycle World back in the mid-90's and it's still one of my favorites (PM me if you are interested and I'll email it to you if you cant find it) So if you've read something interesting, post up. It's cold outside and I need a motorcycle fix. Ride safe, Carey Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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