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Old 05-26-2013, 07:58 PM   #1
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What's your favorite motorcycle book

From any type, technical, performance, maintenance, riding skills, philosophical, biography, desk reference, adventure, whatever.

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Ditto on this one. Have read it a couple of times and have recommended numerous times.
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Thanks, I haven't heard of some of these before, Going to check them out. Now if I can just put down the ipad at night I could probably read an entire book a week.

Also if you have any others, please continue to add to the list.
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Although I have'nt read these cover to cover, here are some I like to open and browse.

2stroketunershandbookgoop1

availible online curtosy of vintagesleds.com
http://www.vintagesleds.com/library/...20Handbook.pdf

Another good one is from Tony Foale on chassi design. He has some good short articles on his website and check out his photo gallery. Cool stuff he's built.

http://www.tonyfoale.com/

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