A master teacher, Larry Grodsky was constantly learning from his students, always striving to find the best way to lead riders toward mastery of their two-wheeled vehicles. Many of his columns focused on helping riders develop specific skills (complete with practice exercises), while others dealt with the riding environment and riders' mental processes. While this book is packed with information useful to both novice and experienced motorcyclists, it is not structured as a how-to guide to motorcycle proficiency. Rather, it is a collection of thoughtful, well-written essays to be read and savored individually, by a great motorcycle riding instructor who left his mark on a generation of grateful riders.
Grodsky's passion for motorcycling began in college and eventually led him to become an instructor with the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Foundation. In 1988 his freelance writing landed him a job as Safety Editor with Rider magazine, for which he wrote more than 200 monthly columns. He founded his own program, Stayin' Safe Motorcycle Training, which uses road rides (rather than training ranges) to better teach the riding skills needed in real-world situations.
|Format||6.25 by 9.25 inches|
|Illustrations||black and white|
|Author||Lawrence Grodsky, Editor: Pete Tamblyn|
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