“When I picked it up though, I – literally – couldn’t put it down. And if that’s not recommendation enough I immediately started re-reading it the minute I finished it for the first time.” – Kiwi Rider, December 2006
Essential topics such as what not to wear, when riding, choosing the right bike to suit a range of skills and budgets, and how to set up a bike correctly are also covered. The LTSA postscript serves as a quick reference section, reinforcing the messages in the book. This is the ideal gift for both new and born-again riders and fits easily into jacket pockets and saddlebags.
Amusing and sassy, it is a more youthful follow-up version to our successful Bikers Bible: Fun and Survival on Road-Going Motorcycles.
Author Paul Owen is one of the most experienced and best-known road testers of motorcycles in New Zealand. His reports appear in NZ Autocar magazine and are syndicated across national newspapers.