K. AHearn

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (10 of 10)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 559,889 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 10
Twist of the Wrist Vol. II: The Basics of High Per&hellip by Keith Code
4.0 out of 5 stars A must read., April 4 2003
This book directly addresses things the rider may have experienced but not been able to single out of the riding experience. It's a great little guide for getting into your own head on a frightening corner, and once you've got a handle on the sources of your own behavior it's much easier to correct.
Very easy to read, clear and written to stress or repeat the main points - exactly what you need to get the ideas into your head to counteract implusvie actions and responses.
Does seem a little one note, as I haven't had track time yet. I could summarize the book in one line: always roll on the throttle, don't let yourself chicken out. ;) This doesn't mean go crazy full-throttle… Read more
Sportbike Performance Handbook by Kevin Cameron
Well, I was looking for something to read along with my new Clymer's guide, thinking that in addition to just the basics about my bike I'd be well served to understand performance issues. This book is probably GREAT for people planning track days, who have a lot of self-service experience under their belt, but for a beginner to the mechanics of motorcycles the information is SO advanced it's basically useless.
Good stuff to learn, and I'm keeping the book because I figure by *next* year I'll be saving $$ for track days. Just too much for "all I wanted to know was how to gap my frikken plugs properly!" me.
I give it 3 stars as what I read was fairly clear, and the… Read more
Beadwork Basics by Ann Benson
Beadwork Basics by Ann Benson
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I am a beading beginner who has done some simple stringing on my own and wishes to find books to show me some fun projects with which I can learn some pattern stitches and most importantly, techniques for working with findings and finishing strings in a clean & professional manner. I had hoped the Ann Benson books would help but I find she is a second rate author and although she may be able to teach in person, these books are terrible for a beginner: they contain patterns but do not teach, instructions for projects are out of order, materials required are not sufficiently explained, techniques are not explained. They claim to be written for beginners {in both titles, for crying out… Read more