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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Motorcycles, 5th Edition epub

by The Editors of Motorcyclist Magazine,John L. Stein


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Motorcycles, 5th Edition epub

ISBN: 1615640703

ISBN13: 978-1615640706

Author: The Editors of Motorcyclist Magazine,John L. Stein

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Automotive

Language: English

Publisher: Alpha; 5 edition (March 1, 2011)

Pages: 432 pages

ePUB book: 1829 kb

FB2 book: 1802 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 620

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The most complete book on motorcycles covers everything from motorcycle maintenance and appropriate gear to safety tips. Read instantly in your browser.

The most complete book on motorcycles covers everything from motorcycle maintenance and appropriate gear to safety tips. ISBN-13: 978-1615640706.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Complete Idiot's Guide to Motorcycles, 5th . This book gives an excellent overview for entry level motorcyclists, well organized and easy to read. The knowledge is worth the small investment.

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The book to drive biker fans hog wild. The most complete book on motorcycles covers everything from motorcycle maintenance and appropriate gear to safety tips, new rules and venues, recommended buys, and making the most out of trips on the open road. It also includes a completely updated buyer's guide featuring photos and write-ups of latest street, sport, and dirt bikes. ? Revised edition with more than 400 photos ? Includes new information on the newest breed of fuel alternative and three-wheel bikes
Shortly after doing the MSF, I bought a few books on motorcycles. The MSF felt like the bare bones, and didn't answer many of my questions.

This book was the most informative. Have referenced it a few times. Each section has a "The least you need to know" at the end, which is a short summary of the chapter. Very helpful.
Being new to motorcycles, I found this to be the perfect introductory book. I found the first 310 pages to be particularly helpful as that's where the real information is. After that is the appendix which is a buyer's guide to new bikes. It seems to me that this appendix will become outdated quickly as new models are made every year. Appendix B, a buyer's guide to used bikes, is too scant in information to be of any use. But there's so much useful information in the main part of the book that I decided to give the book a full 5-star rating.
The guide had a good deal of information that was broad and general in nature. My only dislike had nothing to do with the book; it was with the ebook version. There was a reference to a section at the rear of the book that mentioned pictures of different bike types. The e-book didn't have the pictures. I felt a little cheated & probably won't purchase another e-book because of this.
Great information and not a dull boring read. I am a 65 year old lady who rides a bike now. I read this before I took the motorcycle class and had a pretty good idea of how to pass the class before I got to it. Most men would be interested in the sections on bikes but I skipped that part as I let my husband take care of the bike end of the deal.
had checked this book out at library had to have it got it on amazon slighty used at half price,great book funny read a must have for anyone that rides a bike(,those guys on the ny crotch rockets should of been home reading this )
Good book with clear well-structured information. If you're already in the motorbike world this book will be perhaps to basic. If you've never had a bike before (like me) it gives you very good advice.

The spectre of topics is very broad, so don't spect the book to be very deep if you are interested in something particular.
like most idiot guides, this is the perfect book for a beginner like me.

it told me everything I had to know about motorcycles, riding, gear, history, maintenance and how to pick a bike.
This book gives an excellent overview for entry level motorcyclists, well organized and easy to read. The knowledge is worth the small investment.