It is a commonly-held belief that riding well begins and ends with control of your machine. The author contends that mere control of your machine—while a necessary skill—is a small part of what it takes to be a competent, well-rounded, and, most importantly, a safe rider. Far more important are the skills necessary for truly being the master of our environment; for negotiating our way through the hazards we face every day out on the road in a safe, competent and masterly efficient manner.
It is these skills that are presented in Motorcycle Mastery. Beginning with some basic control skills to lay the foundation, the author then takes us through more and more advanced techniques not taught in common motorcycle license courses with a view to really honing our skill level, and making us the very best riders we can be.
• Observation Links
• The System for Safe Motorcycle Riding
• Safe Passing
• Group Riding
• Road hazards
• Riding in Hazardous Conditions
• And more…
Alan Hearnshaw has been riding motorcycles daily for 35 years. Originally from England, he is a member of the Institute of Advanced Motorists (Motorcycle), and has been actively involved in motorcycle training and safety for over two decades.
He now lives north of Atlanta, GA. USA. He combines his love of motorcycling with his other love, photography. What a perfect combination!
His current ride is a BMW R1200RT