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  1. #31
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    Another vote for "A twist of the wrist" videos...Its on the net if you look about.I still go back to this for revision and inspiration.

    You got to love Uncle Keith lol.

    "Once the throttle is cracked open it is rolled on slowly evenly and continuously throughout the remainder of the turn"

    "Now repeat that 100 times"

    Legend.

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    Any motorbike book by Brent Allen, known on other forums as "Capt Crash Idaho". Check his facebook videos as well.

    (Oh I see I've already posted about "Elementary Motorcycling". But do check out his Capt Crash videos)

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    http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/SurvivalSkills

    Kevin is s highly experienced UK instructor, who's a bit of a maverick - mixing sports psychology and other dcience where appropriate to enhance more typical training. Well, as near to typical as he gets. He's also behind the 'No Surprise' campaign.

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    Another great website is www.msgroup.org, it also has the tips and techniques on the website available in book form. Though it is an American site hence they ride on the wrong side of the road, so you must convert side of the lane and road over in places.

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    https://m.box.com/shared_item/https%...0corpz#content

    Ignore the 'X' and scroll down for loads of free e-books / articles

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    Thank you for this!!!!

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    Books for motorcycling beginners

    Hello everyone, Maybe this question has been asked before, if so I apologise.

    I would like to know what are the 2 or 3 best books about runes for beginners.
    Does anyone have any experience with runes?

    Thank you

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    I'd have thought the Honda Rune was a bit big for a beginner, it's probably not LAMS approved.
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