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A Twist of the Wrist II Straight Facts About Riding A Twist Of The Wrist, The Acknowledged Number One Book On Rider Improvement For Ten Years Straight, Brought Riders Worldwide To A New Understanding Of Vital Riding Skills Uncovers And Traces, Action By Action, The Direct Links Between Man And Machine.


10 thoughts on “A Twist of the Wrist II

  1. says:

    This book does a magnific job at explaining how a motorcycle works, in terms of the intersection of physics, engineering and rider interaction It also explains how rider psychology works, how it can kill you, and how to turn it into your advantage The book is highly p...


  2. says:

    This is such a weird book, and I kind of love it It s written for an audience with a skill set that s opposite of mine that is, for people who don t understand what most words mean, but who are knowledgable about racing motorcycles Throughout this book, many words are starred with definitions given at the end of each chapter There s no obvious logic to which words Keith Code choses to define, and often the definition seemscomplicated than the word itself Some examples, chosen at ra...


  3. says:

    Absolute must read for motorcyclists of any level.


  4. says:

    Written for racing but good info for all riders


  5. says:

    Keith Code is possibly the first racer to put his thoughts down on paper and release Twist of the wrist and Twist of the wrist II I started reading Twist of the wrist but found it a little fatiguing and I couldn t figure out what it was I stopped reading it and picked up Twist of the Wrist II and found it a lotinteresting The second volume had a lotinstruction i.e Don t cram your crotch right up to the tank, try leaning further back to giveweight balance to the back tyre Keith Code is possibly the first racer to put his thoughts down on paper and release Twist of the wrist and Twist of the wrist II I started reading Twist of the wrist but found it a little fatiguing and I couldn t figure out what it was I stopped reading it and picked up Twist of the Wrist II and found it a lotinteresting The second volume had a lotinstruction i.e Don t cram your crotch right up to the tank, try leaning further back to giveweight balance to the back tyre and direction If you put too much throttle on the corner entry you ll go wide The first volume hadquestions and I think was aimed at the racer who had experience but wanted to go that next level in terms of shaving lap times This was particularly prevalent wi...


  6. says:

    Keith Code s book has some really really valuable content and provided me with an understanding of how and why a motorcycle is performs in high speed cornering maneuvers The messages are very valuable to the motorcyclist The book provides detailed descriptions of why the motorcycle reacts as it does to rider, road and speed inputs He clearly explains what to do and not to do to maintain proper driver and motorcycle conditions He emphasizes how survival responses SRs can cause problems whe Keith Code s book has some really really valuable content and provided me with an understanding of how and why a motorcycle is performs in high speed cornering maneuvers The messages are very valuable to the motorcyclist The book provides detailed descriptions of why the motorcycle reacts as it does to rider, road and speed inputs He clearly explains what to do and not to do to main...


  7. says:

    Another read to get me in the mood for riding It won t happen anytime soon sadly because there s about four inches of snow on the road right now and there ll probably be another four by tomorrow morning Still, I ve been meaning to read these since my uncle suggested them and I m a new rider been riding for about a year now I can t wait to get back on my dual sport.As such, this book isfor crotch rockets, but if you really know all types of motorcycles, like my uncle, then you can make Another read to get me in the mood for riding It won t happen anytime soon sadly because there s about four inches of snow on the road right now and there ll probably be another fou...


  8. says:

    Provides easy down to earth explanations as to what a high performance machine needs doesn t need to properly perform It s geared towards track racing, but all the knowledge can be adapted to street riding as well I have learnedabout technique after reading and applying the knowledge of this book I highly recommend this book to EVERY rider, sp...


  9. says:

    Keith Code s book is a manual for sportbike riders Code covers the unique challenges to riding a sportbike as well as how to make best use of the dynamics of a high performance machine Many of the techniques described in this book are most useful on the track cornering, for example You can t use all of the pavement on the street without getting close and personal with oncoming traffic Still, the techniques in this book are easily modified to street riding It ...


  10. says:

    Focused on racing, but a lot of good in itI picked this one because reviews indicated it had everything in it from the first book plus This focused on racing but a lot of the techniques and discussions can be taken directly to the street forskilled and safer riding.