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Biker's Handbook: Becoming Part of the Motorcycle Culture
     

Biker's Handbook: Becoming Part of the Motorcycle Culture

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by Jay Barbieri
 

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There are millions of new motorcyclists hitting the blacktop every year. But being part of the American motorcycle culture takes more than just wanting to be cool. It takes a passion for the open road, freedom, and a lifestyle that even the best financing cant buy. This book, by someone who knows motorcycles as few do, provides a road map to biker culture for

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Biker's Handbook: Becoming Part of the Motorcycle Culture 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
fej425 More than 1 year ago
Amusing in parts, but don't look here for advice. My riding career is similar to the author, got my license at 16 and have over 20 years in...and actually find some the advice to be outdated at best and really bad at worse. For a new rider looking for good practical advice, pick up a copy of Sonny Barger's Let's Ride. One other thing...try to avoid taking advice on authenticity from anyone that lists TV Producer as their occupation... ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author kept saying that Harley is the way to go that it is an American bike! Well it use to be but now most of the parts are made overseas! Victory is the new cadilac of bikes! And to be honest it doesnt even matter just ride and feel the wind blow!
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Capri142 More than 1 year ago
This book was given to me after I bought My first bike. What a great gift. I still pick it up now and then for the enjoyment, fun factor. It is a great look at what Motorcycle Riding is all about
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great book for new riders, and riders who have been there.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Too funny. After spending over 35 years in the saddle myself, every word rang true. The party's, the rides, the good times and the bad, they're all here. Even if you've never ridden before, this is a great way to see what attracts so many people. If you're new to riding, you'll find gobs of good info on what 'to do' and what 'not to do' and most important 'where to do it' Jay takes you along for the ride with some of his best friends on his favorite rides and some he just assume forget. 'The Bikers handbook' is a must have in any biker oriented library.