Bmw

Autor: Richard Barrington
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1477718613
File Size: 73,54 MB
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BMW is certainly a brand that lives up to its slogan, "the ultimate driving machine," and it proves that with the bikes profiled in this title. Fans of high-performance, high-quality motorbikes will fully engage in this tour of models such as the R1200 R roadster, the C650 GT city bike, and the S1000 RR high-performance racer while learning about precision specifications such as torque, displacement, turn radius, transmission type, and horsepower, details that are essential to only the most demanding riders.

Bmw Motorbike

Autor: Kevin Ash
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781842223857
File Size: 18,61 MB
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BMW Motorcycles were not the first bikes ever to have been made. And the plant where they were built was and is not the largest of its kind. However, more than any other manufacturer, BMW motorcycles stand for motorcycling in its purest form - for its appeal, its possibilities, the challenge it presents and for the sheer enjoyment of riding which is associated with it. 'BMW Motorbike - The Ultimate Driving Machine' is a celebration of a 77-year tradition of technological innovation. With every motorbike featured and with a commentary on every model which give fascinating insights into what made each machine a pioneer of its age, this book is sure to become a collectors' for all motorbike enthusiasts.

How To Ride Off Road Motorcycles

Autor: Gary LaPlante
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 1610585526
File Size: 43,81 MB
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Off-road riding is one of motorcycling's most popular pursuits and also one of its best training grounds for improving street-riding skills. Off-road riding takes many forms, from motocross and enduro racing, to dual-sport day trips, to trail riding, to adventure tours. No matter the specific pursuit, all dirt riding (and much street riding) shares the same basic skill set. How to Ride Off-Road Motorcycles schools the reader in all the skills necessary to ride safely and quickly off-road. Chapters cover the basics, such as body position, turning, braking, and throttle control, then proceed to advanced techniques, such as sliding, jumps, wheelies, hill-climbing, and more. If you've ever wanted to try dirt riding or if you're an experienced rider looking to sharpen your skill set, How to Ride Off-Road Motorcycles is a perfect riding coach.

Proficient Motorcycling

Autor: David L. Hough
Publisher: i5 Publishing
ISBN: 1935484672
File Size: 36,11 MB
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From the publishers of Motorcycle Consumer News, Shifting Gears at 50 is a one-of-a-kind motorcycling manual for returning and late-entry riders, essentially anyone 40 years old and up who’s looking to hit the road on two wheels. Author Philip Buonpastore, a motorcycle journalist and retired US Air Force photographer, helps readers gear up to get back on a motorcycle (or get on one for the first time). In Part 1, “Becoming a Motorcyclist,” Buonpastore discusses the basics of buying the right bike, gear, and equipment and getting the bike up to speed. The book continues with a good overview of learning to ride, the importance of taking a road course, venturing out on the first ride, and extending rides to long-distance jaunts. Throughout Part 1 are sidebars by riding- safety instructor and expert Walt Fulton, offering sound advice on safety precautions and execution for every leg of the new and returning rider’s journey. The author emphasizes what older riders should be aware of and which factors can affect their rides. Adding lots of great firsthand advice are humorous and helpful stories collected by the author and related by returning riders at various ages, from their late 30s to 60s. In Part 2, Buonpastore shares five of his favorite travelogues covering his long-distance tours around the US, from the American South to the west coasts. This section is illustrated by over 100 of the author’s breathtaking photographs of the various locations he toured on his bike. The foreword to the book is provided by best-selling motorcycle author David Hough (author of I-5 Press’s Proficient Motorcycling and Mastering the Ride). Hough writes, “If you’re getting into today’s motorcycling at an age your doctor would describe as ‘middle aged’ or ‘senior,’ do you yourself a clever favor and read Phil’s book.”

Kawasaki

Autor: Mary-Lane Kamberg
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1477718648
File Size: 47,43 MB
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The Kawasaki name is one that has been associated with high-quality, top performance motorcycles. This volume is dedicated to the best of the best in the Kawasaki name, breaking down each of the most popular models and giving readers some reasons to buy them. Every aspect is covered, including engine performance and speed, for the individual need of the buyer or motorcycle enthusiast. Whether a reader is looking for a motorcycle for off-roading, racing, or long-distance travel, this text offers a bike for his or her needs.

Suzuki

Autor: Diane Bailey
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1477718656
File Size: 69,70 MB
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Since the formation of the company in 1909, Suzuki motorcycles have been known for their quality and performance. This exciting volume tells the story of the long history of the Suzuki corporation and then breaks down some of the greatest Suzuki models and talks speed and performance, giving readers a full buyer's guide to meet their needs. It is perfect for both the beginner and long-term motorcycle enthusiast and includes bios of some famous motocross pros who ride Suzuki bikes.

Harley Davidson

Autor: Greg Roza
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 147771863X
File Size: 12,84 MB
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Every gearhead bike enthusiast will love this title for its rich history of the legacy brand known as Harley-Davidson. This title profiles some of the company's most iconic models, from the debut 1911 Model 7D to today's sleek and modern VRSCA V-Rod. Readers can immerse themselves in details such as horsepower, torque, transmission types, exhaust systems, wheelbase measurements, and speed. For more info, there is also a spec sheet on each model. The showroom-worthy images of each of these beautiful bikes make this book a must-read for anyone interested in the Harley legacy.

Yamaha

Autor: Diane Bailey
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1477718664
File Size: 57,25 MB
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Whether the reader is looking for speed, off-road performance, or quality highway travel, this volume is a one-stop buyer's guide to finding the right Yamaha motorcycle. After a historical look at the Yamaha corporation and the individuals and bikes that helped to build the company, each chapter breaks down a specific model and provides all the necessary information: speed, comfort, and engine performance. It's a terrific guide for any motorcycle enthusiast, whether a beginner or a veteran of the road.

Smooth Riding The Pridmore Way

Autor: Reg Pridmore
Publisher: Whitehorse Press
ISBN: 9781884313462
File Size: 38,60 MB
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Former AMA racing champion Reg Pridmore, known worldwide for his popular CLASS Motorcycle Schools, brings his decades of experience on the track, street and classroom, to the readers of this new riding skills book. After reviewing the basics, Pridmore shows advance students how to focus on control in cornering, braking, and acceleration. A long-time proponent of the value of body-steering, Pridmore's insightful text explains how this controversial technique helped him win championships and how it can help everyday riders and budding racers become smoother, better riders. Sections on street strategies and riding gear make this a comprehensivehow-to riding skills book for anyone looking to improve their skills.

The Complete Book Of Bmw Motorcycles

Autor: Ian Falloon
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 1627887644
File Size: 47,17 MB
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Get a close look at every production motorcycle ever built by BMW. The Complete Book of BMW Motorcycles is a thorough year-by-year guide to every production machine ever built by Germany's leading motorcycle manufacturer. All the classic bikes are here--pre-World War II BMWs such as the R5 that defined performance in that era; the military R12 that carried the Wehrmacht as it blitzkrieged its way across Europe; the Earles-forked R69S that offered the perfect platform for mounting a Steib sidecar; the R90S cafe racer; the K1 "flying brick"; and the GS (Gelände Sport) series that launched a dual-sport revolution, right up to today's world-class S1000RR. All of BMW's bike families are covered--the side-valve machines from the early years, the early overhead-valve performance bikes, the postwar Airheads and Oilheads, the four- and six-cylinder touring bikes, the early pushrod singles, the modern overhead-cam singles, the latest parallel twins, and inline four-cylinder sport bikes. From the first model, the R32 that launched BMW's motorcycle dynasty, to the latest (and fastest) model, the World-Superbike-dominating S1000RR, The Complete Book of BMW Motorcycles captures nearly a century of motorcycling excellence with a combination of historic and contemporary photos. Complete technical specifications for each model make this book a must-have for any serious BMW aficionado. Don't miss the most thorough reference to these outstanding German motorcycles available today!