Andy Ibbott is an experienced journalist and former road test editor of Motor Cycle News. He was the first British coach employed in the UK by the California Superbike School, which now operates motorcycling courses at Silverstone, Rockingham and Cadwell Park. He has coached a number of up-and-coming 125cc and 250cc riders on the MotoGP scene.
I bought this book hoping it would give me some skills for sport touring but found it only benefits track riders unless you ride the same roads and canyons where you can pick none... Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2013 by Don B
For people who have no experience in riding, reading this book may be helpful since it shows the basic ideas of riding with pictures. Read morePublished on Sept. 18 2002
The book is simply fantastic! It presents sensational tactics and with an absolutely amazing clarity. I really recommend the reading of this wonderful book!Published on Feb. 15 2002 by Carlos Alberto Souza
This race-oriented book focuses on providing a methodology to analyse any racetrack allowing you to select and ride the lines that best suit you and your bike. Read morePublished on July 13 2000 by Phil Kelsey
I was overall very disappointed with this book, allowing for some of the content to be for racers only I was surprised at seeing content most motorcyclists would be aware of from... Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2000
As an experiance rider, I found the information contained in this book to be excellent. From braking, steering, handling curves, attention span... Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2000 by D. Levy
I am a new rider with only 600 miles of riding in me and on a 500cc sportbike. But several friends who have raced superbike told me this is the bible of racing and to read it soon... Read morePublished on Oct. 5 1999