This book teaches new riders how to become confident and safe on the road. It's the first book which arms beginners with the knowledge to choose an excellent bike training school, to monitor their own training, and to start riding with a full complement of real-world survival skills. It also covers post-test improvement, the causes of the most common accidents (written by a police accident investigator), and advice on getting back into biking.
Whether you are about to do your CBT, have trained on a direct access course, learned over the course of a few months - or if it has been a long time since you have regularly ridden a motorcyle, this book will guide through the techniques and knowledge you need to be a safe and confident rider.
Publisher: UIT Cambridge
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 413 g
Dimensions: 210 x 150 x 13 mm
At last - an intelligent and non-patronising approach to rider training. The perfect introduction for a novice, and 31 years after passing my test I learnt stuff too. -- Hugo Wilson, Editor, Classic Bike
I wish this book had existed when I was starting out. It's packed full of information that will make motorcycling more enjoyable and safer for everyone. Every motorcyclist, not just learners, should own a copy. -- Peter Baker, Deputy Editor, Motor Cycle News
This is a great book. It can help a lot of people. -- Charlie Boorman, Global motorcycle adventurer and TV broadcaster
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