A Twist Of The Wrist

Posted on: September 1st, 2013 by Road Rider MCA

A Twist Of The Wrist: The Motorcycle Road Racers Handbook

By Keith Code

Published by Code Break (1983)

Keith Code’s original A Twist Of The Wrist instructional book is, simply put, a classic. The riding lessons Keith Code put on paper in the early 80s have never needed updating or revision; they are still as relevant today as they were thirty years ago, and they WILL change your riding game. Considered by many, many riding instructors to be the best instructional book ever made available – don’t let the retro photos fool you – you won’t find a better instructional tool you can use in the comfort of your own home.

A Twist of the Wrist benefits riders of every level, from novices to track veterans, and will help users master an array of essential skills. You’ll be presented with the information and tools needed to learn the fundamentals and beyond of braking, cornering, honing road vision, building speed, harnessing traction, and applying your skills at the track.

Keith Code is a world-renowned trainer and has coached professional riders and thousands of recreational street riders. He is the founder of California Superbike School. See also A Twist Of The Wrist: The Motorcycle Road Racers Handbook DVD, A Twist Of The Wrist II: The Basics Of High-Performance Motorcycle Riding book and DVD; and The Soft Science Of Road Racing Motorcycles, all available at Road Rider.

Code, Keith. A Twist Of The Wrist. Los Angeles, CA: Code Break, 1983.

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