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TARMAC TACTICS

For nearly two decades Survival Skills Rider Training has been at the forefront of advanced motorcycle training, helping newly qualified, intermediate, and advanced motorcyclists develop their practical skills to ride with more confidence and enjoyment via our practical training courses.

But improving our machine control and planning skills is only part of the story; to ride well, we also need a good grasp of the mental side of riding, as well as knowledge of situations we may not yet have encountered. For that reason we’ve written a series of books that will help all riders at any level to up their game.

LOADING our BIKING DATABASE

Tarmac Tactics epub coverTarmac Tactics is the second book in a series of three written by Kevin Williams of Survival Skills Rider Training looking into motorcycle riding technique. This book directly addresses the problems we find on the road, and shows us how to deal with the everyday and more unusual hazards we might come across, exploring junction collisions, overtaking accidents, cornering crashes and a lot more besides. Whatever your standard of riding from learner to highly experienced, Kevin’s insights from years of working as a courier and a full-time instructor are bound to help you survive the 21st century roads. Ride with Tarmac Tactics!

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