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#346807 - 06/08/08 07:29 PM Re: Riding technique with ABS - modifications? [Re: Les is more]  
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Much appreciated, thank you!


K1200S 2008, 5000km as of June 1st :-) I love this bike!!!
#403925 - 10/20/08 12:42 PM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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Thank you for these links!



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#442723 - 02/07/09 07:30 PM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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Thank you very much for posting these threads. I've read two that I can already tell will change my riding. The advice to use your elbows for steering in the "corner entry" thread, and the sense of balance after reading the advice in the "Yoda's riding position" thread. Great stuff.


'05 R1200GS
#456757 - 03/20/09 04:27 PM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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What a great collection! I've been remiss in not hanging with the forum. Hopefully I'll be able to spend more time here.

pmdave

#497097 - 07/12/09 12:09 AM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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This is a great collection of discussions on riding bikes... I have had similar discussions with class mates, trainers and co-workers, but somehow we never got quite as detailed as what is found here... even in the safety course...

I kind of wish that I had found this place before I took the course, then maybe I would have gotten a lot more out of it, but then, I am glad I FOUND this place, because the wisdom here really opens your eyes and helps make you a better rider...

#531722 - 10/19/09 09:58 PM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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Thank you thank you thank you. This is great and for beginners like me it is critically important. thumbsup


Bobby
My greatest Failures
have always been my greatest Success!
The average life is 3900 weeks.
What are you gonna do today!
#531746 - 10/19/09 10:28 PM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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I would really appreciate any list of books that are related to this subject.
Thanks


Bobby
My greatest Failures
have always been my greatest Success!
The average life is 3900 weeks.
What are you gonna do today!
#713427 - 07/22/11 04:29 PM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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I've read several, own this one: http://www.amazon.com/Riding-Zone-Ken-Condon/dp/1884313760 which I've read twice and consider one of the best books on how to ride safely and confidently - and survive.


1987 R80RT

"There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." Romans 8:1
#720486 - 08/20/11 12:37 AM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Voodoo]  
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THANK YOU !!!

#735773 - 10/21/11 11:45 AM Re: Ride Well Revival [Re: Der Kaiser]  
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