Motorcycle Roadcraft: The Police Rider’s Handbook to Better Motorcycling.
Expertly and professionally written and is most certainly worth its weight in gold. With contributions and tips from police bikers, experienced instructors and public servants. Therefore, this work is intended for police trainee instructors. Motorcycle Roadcraft: The Police Rider’s Handbook to Better Motorcycling.
Motorcycle Roadcraft: The Police Rider’s Handbook to Better Motorcycling
is an aid to other bike riders. Bikers who are concerned with getting the most from themselves and their wonderful machines. It’s an brilliant book to start in the correct place for novice trainer. Adopting a more orderly approach to riding will eventually lead to a safer rider. Resulting in a smoother, easier, safer and more enjoyable experience. It provides well experienced information on safe and effective methods. It will help keep every one safe, including other road users.
You will learn why and how to keep your focus. Where to zoom in your attention.
With Motorcycle Roadcraft: The Police Rider’s Handbook to Better Motorcycling, you will learn why and how to keep your focus and where to zoom in your attention. The system explained in this book will create a more comfortable and stress-free attitude in you. It will help you to speedily process information on the motorbike whilst on the road. What this book is really good at is give a really solid and firm framework to riding. It lets you deal with the real-world problems safely and quickly of riding a bike.
We need to learn how to react to others, especially to those unexpected actions of others.
Being sharp-eyed and effective is only part of the solution. To avoid an incident we need to learn how to react to others. Especially to those unexpected actions of others. We need to react quickly, confidently and without hesitation. There are often too many choices to work through when deciding and contemplating how to react to a hazard. This system speeds this selection and decision process. The main point of an effective and safe rider is to react with confidence and correctly. Compensate errors of others who don’t follow the rules and who just don’t look.