Keith Code Essential for all motorcyclists from weekend riders to racers, Twist of the Wrist II brings Keith Code's best selling book vividly to life, demonstrating. Here is my review of the instructional DVD, A Twist of the Wrist II. I've gone over what you'll learn from the DVD as well as what is good and not so good about it. A Twist of the Wrist II has ratings and 16 reviews. Mart said: This book does a magnific job at explaining how a motorcycle works, in terms of the in.
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Jan 28, Kevin Kuruc rated it liked it For non-racers this book does have some helpful tips.
The points about where to look, what countersteering is, and how to brake were all useful. Lots of not so useful material however, too.
Probably excellent if you are a racer. Like anything, the theory must be followed through with practice. Helped me as a road rider to consider road positioning, speed and braking. I acquired this book shortly after taking the Motorcycle Safety Program course a twist of the wrist Pennsylvania.
I wasn't interested in road racing or heading out to a track.
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I might reread this later on, when I know more about motorcycles. I'm curious about A Twist of the Wrist I. Jan 13, Jonathan rated it liked it Written for racing but good info for all riders!
Mar 08, Theo Kokonas rated it really liked it Keith Code is possibly the first racer to put his thoughts down on paper and release Twist of the wrist and Twist of the wrist II. I started reading Twist of the wrist but found it a twist of the wrist little fatiguing and I couldn't figure out what it was.
A Twist of the Wrist II: The Basics of High Performance Motorcycle Riding by Keith Code
I stopped reading it and picked up Twist of the Wrist II and found it a lot more interesting. The second volume had a lot more instruction i.
The first volume had more questions and I think was aimed at the racer who had experience but wanted to go that next level in terms of shaving lap times. This was particularly prevalent with the number of questions the author asks the reader.
I'm personally a road rider of a twist of the wrist a decade's experience and only now getting introduced to track riding so I'm looking for something a little less philosophical and a bit more instructional.
Despite the fact that this second volume is good, I do find my current read a lot more of what I'm after Sport Riding Techniques by Nick Ienatsch.
- A Twist of the Wrist: The Motorcycle Roadracers Handbook by Keith Code
- A Twist of the Wrist II: The Basics of High Performance Motorcycle Riding
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Still, this book is worth 4 stars because you will find a lot of gems that'll really improve your riding technique. The messages are very valuable to the motorcyclist. A twist of the wrist new DVD demonstrates exactly the difference between what happens when you do it right, and what happens when you do it wrong.
From canyon roads to track, techniques are fully explored and laid