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Lee Parks has been racing for over 16 years, and he won the 2001 G.M.D. Computrack National Endurance Series Championship in the Lightweight class. He also finished 2nd in the 1994 AMA 125GP national championship in its exhibition year. He spent five years as the editor and chief test rider of Motorcycle Consumer News where he road tested every new street motorcycle available in the U.S. and became one of the top performance-testing journalists in the world. He is based in Victorville, CA.
Great book, I learned a lot, and have increased my riding skills and ability.Published 1 month ago by Stewme
If you like canyon carving, the twisties, and racing at the track, this book is for you. This book will prepare your mind, body, and bike for high performance riding. Read morePublished 5 months ago by lloyd villiger
Practical, experience based, well written and a good read. I read then go practice and it really works and fast. Great book.Published 13 months ago by gord
If you have read Twist Of The Wrist II then you won't get much out of this book. If you haven't read Twist Of The Wrist II then I suggest you read that and forget this book. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Asennad
This is a good book to read and understand if you have any interest in becoming a better rider. Whether you strive to push yourself harder and lean further or you just want to feel... Read morePublished 22 months ago by p00psicle
This book has two sections that are excellent , the slow speed turns and proper high speed cornering. You will pay hundred's at the track to learn what is taught in this book. Read morePublished on April 17 2011 by zorbathebutcher
good technical book not to arid to understand. More usefull for sport bike rider than cruiser rider. The book is a bit old, (2003) pictures should be revised. Read morePublished on March 1 2011 by Janus Hocus !
I read this book 2 years ago,
I was prepping for a few track days and found it very helpful, some interesting hints and advices, although mostly for modern bikes. Read more
It's hard not to sound foolish with superlatives about this book, but all the customer reviews here are absolutely right. Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2005