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By Keith Code. I just finished reading this book. Has anyone read this book? It really has alot of good info. Ive yet to do a track day, but im going to go beginning of next season at Mid-Ohio. Really cant wait.
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Take his California Superbike School...I have been there twice...I am faster than any of my 30 year old buddies....mainly due to the school...

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By Keith Code. I just finished reading this book. Has anyone read this book? It really has alot of good info. Ive yet to do a track day, but im going to go beginning of next season at Mid-Ohio. Really cant wait.
Its a good book, try Total Control by Lee Parks.
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Its a good book, try Total Control by Lee Parks.
That is a good book also!

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I have the very first book(did not read it all)...anyone read the Newer Version and what is the diff.
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Its a good book, try Total Control by Lee Parks.

I actually read Twist 2. I also have Total Control but I havent read it yet, flipped through it. It has color pictures and the bikes in the book dont look so dated.
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Take his California Superbike School...I have been there twice...I am faster than any of my 30 year old buddies....mainly due to the school...

beginning of next riding season Im going when he comes to Mid-Ohio.
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I have read twist of the wrist 2 but not the first one. I am not much of a reader.
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Some of it and it is a very good book. Doing a track day at Barbers in Oct with instructions between sessions. Hope to learn a lot that day.


Glad you brought that book up. May try to put my head in it prior to the TD.
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I have read twist of the wrist 2 but not the first one. I am not much of a reader.
ditto..

i have Twist Of The Wrist II, but still haven't finished it...

not much of a reader here either...

i prefer to learn on the streets... so i might be taking some classes @ Road Atlanta b4 the year is out.... if possible...

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