Motorcycle Hacks is the third, and likely final, book in the series. It continues where Motorcycle Smarts left off.
In this book, I present some of the tips my mentors shared with me—and ones I’ve learned for myself along the way.
I purposefully made each chapter short and to the point. I present quick tips riders can use to ride more comfortably, reduce their chances of crashing, and enjoy the sport even more.
To do this, I focused on several topics throughout the book. One is the importance of using your front brake instead of your rear.
I figured if I could convince a few “rear brake only” riders that avoiding their front brake is dangerous, I could prevent a rider or two from crashing.
Some readers appreciated the intentional repetition. Others didn’t.
As a bonus, I presented the same information about lowside and highside crashes (what are they, what triggers them, and how riders can avoid them) from Motorcycle Smarts. I consider it a bonus of sorts for the readers who consume Motorcycle Hacks without having first consumed Motorcycle Smarts.
Having said all this, if you’re only going to read one motorcycle skills book, you should start with Motorcycle Smarts.
This book is available in paperback, Kindle, and audiobook formats.