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How to Conquer the Danger of Your First Motorcycle

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by: David Nickell
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Publication Date: October 9, 2015
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 45
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682730577
$9.98

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Book Synopsis
"How to Conquer the Danger of Your First Motorcycle" is the only guide of its kind that tells a first-time or novice rider how to get used to -- and comfortable -- riding either a motorcycle or a scooter in all kinds of traffic, no matter how crazy. It will also tell even would-be riders what to expect, what to watch out for, and how to avoid catastrophes. In addition, every rider will learn how to practice, what to practice, and where to practice. The book also shows riders how to deal with cops, who will chase them off any lot they choose to practice on. If you're a new rider or soon to be one, you'll gain valuable insight into the mindset of drivers who will smash into you or kill you just to save a millisecond on their way to the supermarket. This indispensable guide will not only enhance your enjoyment of riding a motorcycle or a scooter, but it could also save your life. Makes an excellent gift.
Customer Comments
David Nickell
Posted: November 11, 2015
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This book is really for anyone and everyone, regardless of gender, age or experience. It tells you how to get used to riding a motorbike, whether it’s a motorcycle or a scooter.

To put it bluntly, this book is for fraidy cats, written by one of the biggest fraidy cats who ever came down the pike, however reluctantly.

I bought my first motorbike – at the age of 67! – to save money on gas, to avoid having to replace my 13-year-old car, to have backup transportation in an emergency, to run errands with, and, last but not least, to have fun with.

I succeeded so well that I decided I couldn’t keep the knowledge I gained to myself. I have far more serious books that I’m working on – I am an award-winning journalist who has written for daily newspapers from California to Florida – but I put those books aside to write this one.

Even if riding a motorcycle – or a scooter – scares the bejesus out of you, you owe it to yourself, and your wallet, to read this short, little book. It can open new worlds to you, give you a whole new concept of freedom, restore your youth, and save you money.

Sound like a tall order? Well, read, then ride, and see for yourself.