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There is a great book called Proficient Motorcycling, The Ultimate Guide to Riding well. Written by David L. Hough.

This fine publication is from Motorcycle Consumer News and is a great read for new riders.

No matter where you are on the motorcycle bell curve, your bound to get some helpful tips, at your own pace.

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Also see:

More Proficient Motorcycling: Mastering the Ride by David L. Hough

and

Street Strategies: A Survival Guide for Motorcyclists by David L. Hough
 

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I would add Neil Peart's Ghost Rider, to the list.

Very non-technical, but an absolute joy to read for the true motorcyclist. In the book, Neil keeps a journal as he travels on his BMW R1000 across Canada, then down the coast of California, and finally to, and through, Mexico.
 

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I just bought both books but man, the binding is a piece of chit!!! The pages are all falling out. I have been doing all sorts of highlighting in them and will never sell them anyways. :chopper:
 
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