Top 7 Motorcycle Books All Riders Need To Read! ~ MotoJitsu

In this video I talk about my the top 7 motorcycle books I recommend everyone to read. If you take the time to read through these books and go out and practice what you learned, you will have a deeper understanding of the techniques needed to stay safe while riding on public roads.

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  1. Here's my book list. The asterisk are books I've started but haven't finished. Just started riding and reading about a year ago. I'm rereading Total Control right now because I'm taking the class next month.

    Haynes Repair Manual CB500X*
    Proficient Motorcycling
    Total Control
    MotoJitsu
    Twist of the Wrist 1
    Twist of the Wrist 2*
    Street Riders Guide
    Maximum Control
    Mastering the Ride
    The Good Rider
    Motorcycle Maintenace
    The Total MC Manual
    Modern MC Technology
    MC Camping Made Easy*
    Adventure MC Handbook*
    MC the Right Way*
    MC Suspension Bible*

  2. Picked up four books on Google Play. Total Control 2nd ed. , Proficient Motorcycling, Twist of the Wrist and Mastering the Ride. These should keep me busy for a while. Also came across another book on the Fitness topic ' Spartan Fit!: 30 Days. Transform Your Mind. Transform Your Body. Commit to Grit by Joe De Sena. Didn't purchase it yet but looks worthwhile at first glance.

  3. Sport Riding Techniques was the first motorcycle book I read, great info as a beginner. I want to get Racetech's suspension guide next, definitely something I wish I knew more about.

  4. "Sport Riding Techniques" seems to be out of print – some pretty exhaustive searching for legit hardcopy has only found price-gauged copies from Amazon private sellers (like $80-100 USD used). Is the course you said it relates to still active?

    Edit: a bit more googling and no reference to it on the "Yamaha Champions" site either.

    Everything else on your list seems purchasable legitimately from Australia though.

  5. Thank you for the book recommendations. Where I'm from there aren't any courses so reading is what I'll have to do and practice of course. Keep up the great work. Will love to meet you one day

  6. Hi bro, i just found out ur channel u got awsome videos, keep up the good work! 2 questions: 1) from all these books is any of them u would recomend in order in terms of basic to pro knowledge? Im most interested in street riding, nothing sport stuff they are doing on TV(i watched "Twist of the wrist" and there were some good stuff, but most of them were for the track riders)
    2) I watched where u talked about body position, for slow speed cornering, ur body is opposite from where u are turning, for higher speed ur body is in line to where u are turning. Went to a motorcycle practice, where they were teaching us about this, when u go into a corner ur body should be opposite from where u are turning(like u mention for slow speed cornering), but they told us we should ride like that always no matter slow speed of big speed, and its called something like "police technique", so can u tell me something more about that is it ok to ride that way always? Tnx and sorry for long post. All the best!

  7. What I've found that looking up ahead, planning and keeping a decent about 3-4 Mississippi following distance will keep the rider out of trouble.
    Choosing the right speed for the environment that you're in, road surface, weather etc…
    And that even though corners are fun and everybody can go fast in a straight line, the street Rossis are the ones dying first in the corners and not the Average Joe speeders in the straight lines… this is just my opinion.
    Mentality is key as well! I prefer to get from A-B safe and sound while enjoying the journey. Adrenalin is not even a question.

  8. Thanks for the reading list. I'm just finishing Total Control 2nd edition. I plan on taking the next offered Advanced Total Control course that's offered in the Midwest, in September… just need to put 2000 more miles on the bike before then, to be eligible 😉

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