Author(s): Graham Allardice
A ride on a motorcycle has an element of adventure about it that's missing when driving most cars. It's one of the best ways to see the countryside, unhindered by a tin cocoon, and with all your senses taking in the experience. You feel part of the environment you are travelling through; see its forms, colours and light effects, feel its temperatures and winds and smell its scents. Yet, like many great fun experiences, motorcycle road riding is potentially hazardous. Whether you are new to motorcycle riding, or returning to it, this book is intended to help you not only to have more fun, but also to recognise the hazards and to improve your skills in managing them. Author Graham Allardice condenses decades of riding experience into simple advice that covers just about every detail of motorcycle safety. Choosing a motorcycle and the clothing you need, increasing your conspicuity - the art of being as visible as possible - selecting accessories for your bike and turning your hand to some motorcycle maintenance are just some of the many topics dealt with in The Bikers' Bible©. Read it and increase your chances of accident-free riding on the road.