Pro Motocross and Off-Road Motorcycle Riding Techniques


Pro Motocross and Off-Road Motorcycle Riding Techniques

by: Donnie Bales, Gary Semics
Paperback: 224 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.64 x 10.66 x 8.28
Publisher: Motorbooks International; New edition (January 2001)
ISBN: 0760308314

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Gary Semics has been teaching motocross and off-road riding for over 20 years and spent many years as a factory rider.  This book, which has been rated 5 stars by many readers, has many advanced tips and techniques from famous riders like Jeremy McGrath, Ty Davis, Ricky Carmichael, Greg Albertyn, Guy Cooper, Steve Lamson, and more.

And don’t forget: off-road riding can also help improve your street skills!

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