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Mastering the Ride: More Proficient Motorcycling

David L. Hough

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Best-selling author David Hough is the anti-bad ass of motorcyclists, a serious down-to-earth master of two- (and three-) wheeled street rods who is interested in the safety and road smarts of his fellow motorcyclists. Mastering the Ride is his follow-up book to one that put him on the map, Proficient Motorcycling, and it goes one better. For motor


David L. Hough is a longtime motorcyclist and journalist who has traveled extensively by motorcycle throughout North America and Europe. David's daily motorcycle commutes through city traffic for twenty-five years led him to write articles about riding skills and accident avoidance tactics. His work has appeared in numerous motorcycle publications, but he is best known for the monthly skills series "Proficient Motorcycling” in Motorcycle Consumer News, which has been honored by special awards from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. David has been employed professionally as a technical illustrator, photographer, and instructional graphics specialist, so it is natural that his articles are profusely illustrated by photos and drawings, all of which he creates himself. In his spare time, David has produced the world's first comprehensive training system for sidecar operators. He has also served as a consultant on motorcycle safety and training for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, the American Motorcyclist Association, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation, the State Motorcycle Safety Administrators Association, and too many other groups to mention, both here and abroad.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 223
Erscheinungsdatum 01.07.2012
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-935484-86-8
Verlag CompanionHouse Books
Maße (L/B/H) 27.9/21.2/2 cm
Gewicht 909 g
Auflage 2. Auflage

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  • 1.0 Mastering the Ride The Professional Attitude Airplanes and Motorcycles 1.1 Your Mission Today Is... Traffic as Combat The Checklist The Mission Plan Combat Tactics: OODA Becoming Skilled 1.2 The Right Machine for the Ride Friendly Advice Is Bigger Really Better? You Might Be Ready for a Three-Wheeler 1.3 Cops and Robbers Risk vs Scofflaw Behavior No Passing Zones Different Rules Fast Traffic Speed vs. Risk The Truck Tango The Speed Enforcement Game Radar Detectors 1.4 Wimpophobia Wimpophobia Not Just a Big Rally Problem Ride Your Own Machine Single File in the Twisties Riding Skills Hold On...Are You Talking About Me? Avoiding Wimpophobia 1.5 Passing To Pass or Not to Pass? Look Before You Leap When In Doubt, Back Off Getting Passed Lane Discipline Traffic Speed Group Rides Politeness 2.0 Riding in the Real World You can Lead a Horse to Water Do What I Do 2.1 Public Roads vs. Race tracks Controlling the Situation 2.2 When In Rome... Legal vs. Acceptable Laws Insurance Stock is Good Regional Booby Traps 2.3 Street Hazards Speed Follow Me Reading the Signs Reading the Surface Edge Traps Tar Snakes Seal Coating Slick Paving Riding Tactics Traffic The Distracted Driver Aggressive Kids Irresponsible Drivers Commercial Trucks 2.4 Expert Eyeballs Eyes Up Dense Traffic Bike Follows Nose Vision Tricks What Are You Looking For? Hints and Clues Seeing is Believing 3.0 Are You Fit For Duty? Vision Problems and Eye Exams Hearing The Hearing System Doesn't a Helmet Reduce the Noise? Strength and Stamina Familiarity with the Machine Aging Motorcyclists 3.2 Quickest Ticket to the Daisy Farm Uh Oh, Preacher Dave A Second Opinion Down the Hatch Down the Drain I'm Not Too Ride to Drunk Alcohol Content of Drinks Come On, Dave, How Serious Can it Be? So, What's My Safe Limit? DWI Cues But I Don't Drink Let's Make it a Taboo Optional sidebar: The Long Arm of the Law 3.3 Spring Training Put Your Brain in Gear Automatic Reactions Steering Practice Slow, Look, Lean, and Roll Braking Practice The Braking Chute Speed Concerns Quick Stops in Curves 3.4 The Rider Training Dilemma Other Training Courses Three Wheeler Training 4.0 Developing Muscle Memory The Subconscious Post Notes for Yourself 4.1 Mastering the Throttle Front-Rear Weight Bias Traction vs. Suspension Feel Throttle Steering Throttle-Brake Transitions What About Hills? So, What's Your Technique? But, I Just Ride a Cruiser... 4.2 Shifting The Smooth Shift 4.3 Countersteering vs Body steering The No BS Bike Strange Steering Geometry Steering Practice Speed Wobbles Body Position Front End Pivoting Pushing Forward or Down? What About Body Steering? Perception vs. Reality 4.5 Quick, Stop! Stopping Distance Quick Stops in Curves Built in Limits Different Bikes, Different Braking Do Powerful Brakes Produce Quicker Stops? Making it All Work Braking Feedback Avoiding Panic Practice 4.6 Cornering Lines The Trendy Delayed Apex What's a "Delayed apex”? Real World Observations Tricks for Delayed Apexing 4.7 Feeling the Bike Steering Riding Experiments What's the Point? Suspension Brakes Frame 5.0. Seeing and Being Seen 5.1 Why Don't They See Us? How Humans "see” Our Surroundings Seeing = Focusing On the Details Visual Priorities Inattentional Blindness Multi Tasking Judging Speed and Distance 5.2 Conspicuity Tactics High Visibility Jacket Headlight On Seeing Is Believing 6.0 Know When to Fold 'Em 6.1 How Do You Know When to Quit? Weather Social Crisis Financial Debit or Credit? Find Someone to Lean on 6.2 The Aging Rider Average Age I Don't Want to Talk About It. Going Out in a Blaze of Glory Healthy Aging Dealing With the Youngsters Compensating for Age 6.3 Breakdowns Panicky Paul Moto Mack Beemer Bill Different Strokes Different Reactions When the Whatsisframus Goes Blooey The King is a FINK What's the Problem, Anyway? The Options Suggestions Help 'N Hands Anonymous Directories Motorcycle Emergency Road Service Medical Emergencies 6.4 Biker Bill's Last Ride The Road The Road Disappears What Happened? Closer to the Edge