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It is a long winter until I can get any riding time! Can anyone here reccommend some instructional books/videos, etc on vintage road racing. Books geared towards modern machinery would be fine too--a corner is a corner wether you bike is 1 or 30 years old.

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Jack
 

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Don't any body say Keith Code....the dudes some kind of freak full of touchey feely bullshit. I've got all his books....if you remove the mind power crap you've got a couple of chapters of decent advice. For the rest you can move to India, take acid and meditate.
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go to you tube and watch videos of guys on bikes at Loudon over and over and over again. Skip the one where several folks get run over . . . . and over.

Seriously, its a good thing to do.

Keith is my hero. Dang. Isn't he into the same thing Thomas Mapother III is into (Tom Cruise to all you wannabes)

PS Larry not nicky hayden and I are thinking about going out to Freddie SPencer's school. 20 bikes, 8 instructors, $2500.00. 3 days.
 

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That's the damn truth! The best "instruction" is experience, and a used XR100 is a cheap way to get more.
Experience, that is...

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