Street Smarts The Advanced Course in Urban Survival

Volume 2: Lessons From the Track

Street Smarts The Advanced Course in Urban Survival
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Format: Video DVD
ISBN: 9781884313684
Publisher: Whitehorse Press
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Street Smarts motorcycle skills is a practical course in two-wheeled street survival. With tips and tactics from experienced street riders and expert road racers, you will learn safety techniques you can apply directly to your street riding.

Volume II lets you hear different opinions about how to approach situations such as entering a turn too fast; riding technique for rainy weather; or using your rear brake. Evaluate each answer and incorporate the best of them into your own riding techniques.

These volumes are a valuable resource that will help riders at any level. All are nicely produced, with excellent action footage to demonstrate every important point.

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Format: Video DVD
ISBN: 9781884313684
Illustrations: 45 minutes run time
Size: 0.25 in x 5.25 in x 7.5 in / 6 mm x 133 mm x 191 mm
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