Learn to Ride a Motorcycle

Learn to Ride a Motorcycle

 (E-book)
by Jim Carpenter
Riding a motorcycle is one of the most exhilarating joys you could ever experience in life. If you've never ridden a motorcycle before, then you are truly missing out.

It doesn't matter if you are young or old, male or female... riding a motorcycle is open to all, whether you're a teenager, a young woman, or even a retired grandfather.

Every year, more and more people are deciding to take up motorcycling. Don't be left out of the fun! Open yourself up to experience a freedom and whole new aspect to life that you've never imagined.

"Learn to Ride a Motorcycle" is the ultimate beginner's guide. It will quickly get you moving in the right direction and teach you everything you need to know to start riding. Whether you want to learn to ride a motorcycle right now or are just curious to know more, this book is a must-read.

If you have no idea where to begin your motor-cycling journey, "Learn to Ride a Motorcycle" will show you the way!

Unlike other motorcycle books that are outdated, or assume you know how to ride already, or--worse-- think you're some kind of adrenaline junkie, "Learn to Ride a Motorcycle" takes you gently by the hand and starts from the very beginning--you'll learn everything from scratch, so it's perfect even if you don't know anything about motorcycles at all.

From the very first page, this concise and easy-to-read guide gets right to the point. Clear instructions and a comprehensive question and answer format will take you from utter newbie to knowledgeable rider in no time at all.

And even after you've learned the basics, this book will teach you how to ride a motorcycle safely and in full control. "Learn to Ride a Motorcycle" offers invaluable riding tips and strategies that you'll use for years to come. Don't miss out on this chance to start your motorcycling career on the right foot!


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You will learn how to operate a motorcycle's controls, including proper upshifting, downshifting, braking, and cornering.

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You will learn where and how to get properly licensed to ride a motorcycle. You'll also learn what to expect on the licensing tests.

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You will learn the correct mindset to have when riding, as well as techniques and habits that will help you anticipate and avoid accidents.

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You will learn how to choose the proper riding gear, as well as the best places to get your gear and accessories for the best prices.

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You will learn how to choose a motorcycle that's suitable for you,and how to locate and buy a good new or used motorcycle.

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Our female readers receive special woman-oriented advice, and learn how to find communities of like-minded women motorcyclists.

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You will learn a multitude of riding tips, from how to safely change lanes in traffic to how to properly park your motorcycle.



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Your satisfaction is completely guaranteed, or your money back! Take a FULL 60 DAYS to examine the contents of this book. If don't find it helpful to you on your journey toward becoming a motorcyclist, simply request a refund and you will be issued one promptly.

And you won't simply learn the mechanics of riding a motorcycle. In this book, you will also learn...

...the three key things you need to know before even considering riding a motorcycle.

...the crucial mindset that is essential for your motorcycling safety.

...the appropriate age range for beginning motocyclists.

...the two personality traits that are most prevalent among successful motorcyclists.

...the main factor that separates those riders who get in an accident from those who don't.

...how to arrange personal riding lessons from a professional motorcyclist.

...tips to help you pass the licensing tests you must take to get your motorcycle license.

...why buying a used helmet could endanger you, and how to properly choose a helmet size.

...why a helmet's color actually makes a difference.

...the only material that's truly suitable for riding gloves.

...about a special boot material that could save you tons of money when buying riding boots.

...where to buy special protective riding clothing that looks just like regular clothing.

...how to save money when buying motorycle clothing and accessories.

...the key dealer tactic that could cost you dearly when buying a motorcycle.

...why getting a used motorcycle can be better than getting a new motorcycle.

...the first thing you should do after buying a new or used motorcycle.

...the differences between all the different classifications of motorcycles.

...an important technique that helps put beginning riders at ease.

...why 5'7" is such an important height for beginning riders.

...the top beginner motorcycle recommendations.

...how to deal with the single most common obstacle facing female motorcyclists.

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...the most suitable motorcycles for riders 5'4" and smaller.

...special tips just for women riders (such as how to prevent smearing your makeup when putting on your helmet).

...why a modern sportbike with an engine size greater than 600cc could be dangerous to beginning riders.

...how to get your first motocycle home after you buy it.

...what paperwork you have to do just after buying a motorcycle.

...how to get a 10% discount on your motorcycle insurance.

...what you should do before every single ride.

...why an empty parking lot is the beginning rider's best friend.

...which is harder, slow-speed riding or high-speed riding.

...learn the biggest threat that could put your motorcycle down on the ground without warning.

...the proper technique to lift your motorcycle from the ground if it falls, even if you are not strong.

...the one mistake beginners make that is guaranteed to put your motorcycle down instantly.

...exactly where to look to maintain proper control of your motorcycle while riding.

...why steering a motorcycle goes against all your instincts, and how to resolve the problem.

...what to do if you enter a turn at too great a speed.

...the one thing that even many experienced riders don't know, which may one day save your life!

...why riding in the rain can be such a pain, and how to deal with the situation.

...what road "obstacles" that you'd never expect can wipe out your motorcycle in an instant.

...a little rhyme that will keep you safe when changing lanes.

...why you risk hearing loss while riding a motorcycle if you don't utilize this tip.

...how to prevent the dreaded mess of hair known as "helmet hair" that occurs after riding.

...how to determine when to refuel, even if your motorcycle doesn't have a visible fuel gauge.

...the foolproof way to prevent your helmet lens from fogging up.

...where to fuel up your motorycle, and what kind of gas is appropriate.

...how to use a centerstand properly without risk of tipping your motorcycle over.

...one way to ensure that car drivers can clearly see you at night.

...how to carry packages, such as groceries, on your motorcycle.

...the best way to prevent your motorcycle from being targeted by thieves.

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...where to get specialized training for advanced riding techniques.

...who is at highest risk of an accident, and how you can minimize the risk.

...the two most common types of single vehicle motorcycle accidents and what you can do to avoid them.

...the most common type of motorycle accident involving another vehicle and how you can avoid such an accident.

...the indisputedly most dangerous place for a motorcycle rider to be.

...when and where most motorcycle accidents occur.

...the proper way to park a motorcycle (and it's much different than parking a car!).

...one common mistake that even experienced riders make when parking their motorcycle.



Your satisfaction is completely guaranteed, or your money back! Take a FULL 60 DAYS to examine the contents of this book. If don't find it helpful to you on your journey toward becoming a motorcyclist, simply request a refund and you will be issued one promptly.

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Customer Reviews

and let others know what you think of Learn to Ride a Motorcycle (reviews may be edited for grammar and clarity):

Reviewer: L. Gifford, Missouri
Hi Jim,
   I just finished reading your book. I signed up for an msf class after I flipped the last page and I am feeling a little more confident about the whole experience. I am a petite woman and have always wanted to be more than a passenger but never got up the courage. Thanks for providing that first baby step!
   Update: I took the motorcycle class today and had a great time. They put me on a little Honda Rebel which was perfect for my build. I am hooked! Thanks for getting me started. I found that learning the material they gave us in class came easier for me after reading your book as well.

Reviewer: Arline, Burlington, Ontario, Canada
I've received my e-book, have printed it out and it's exactly what I needed and wanted. The contents fit the bill for me as I am a woman, 62, slightly built, very fit and nervous about the whole thing. I've always wanted to do this and it's now or never. I am about to sign up for the driver's training.
   I have researched several sites and found this book to cover everything that a beginner would need to know, unlike most of them. I would also like to add that I liked the constant emphasis on the danger and the safety aspects. At times I wondered if it were a good thing for me to do but the writer also encourages you to "follow your dream." And that's very good indeed.

Reviewer: Randall S., Spokane, Washington
"An Eye Opening Book"
I had no idea about all the little facets involved with learning a to ride a motorcycle. Like an ignorant newbie, I just assumed you could hop on and ride away, like a bicycle. I am extremely glad I read this book before trying anything stupid on a motorcycle. I just got my motorcycle license and bought a used GS500E and I'm loving every minute of it! [insert cheesy grin here]. I highly recommend this ebook.

Reviewer: Erin P., Culver City , California
"Learned a Lot"
I'm impressed by the amount of material covered in this book. I knew literally nothing at all about motorcycles, except that I wanted to ride one... you have to ask why, being a girl who knows absolutely nobody who rides a motorcycle. Or "bike" I guess I should say. Go figure. Anyway, I just passed my license test and I'm so excited about getting a bike of my own. I definitely learned a lot.

Reviewer: Harry Humphries, Orlando, Florida
"Thanks Jim"
Hello. My name is Harry Humphries and I am a 65 year old grandfather. And yes, I ride a motorcycle.
   I bought the first edition of this book 3 years ago. I've been meaning to write a review during this time, but I never got around to it until now. Too busy riding I suppose. I see you changed your website. It looks much nicer.
   I purchased "Learn to Ride a Motorcycle" at a time when I was just retired from my position as a school administrator and I honestly didn't know what I was going to do with my time. I had secretly wanted to try riding a motorcycle all my life, but had never actually taken the plunge. And before I knew it, I was a grandfather, and--I thought--now too old. But this book convinced me that it wasn't too late to try!
   When I went to the training session, I thought I would be the oldest new student by far...surprise! I was actually only the second oldest, and there were numerous other students in their 40s and 50s, as well as many women. I purchased my first bike, the Vulcan 500, 3 years ago, which I have since sold (but am still very fond of in my heart). Now, I am a big fan of "touring" bikes because they are so comfortable for an "old fogey" such as myself.
   At the beginning, my wife was against the idea of me riding motorcycles, but when she realized that I was firmly convinced in what I wanted, she was won over, and now rides along with me as my loyal passenger. And the grandkids think it is so "cool" that "grandpa rides a Harley." (It's actually a Honda Goldwing, but the bike itself doesn't really matter, just the ride!)
   The motorcycle community is so amazing, and we've met so many honest, down-home, quality folks over the past few years. The highlight of every weekend is when my wife and I meet up with our favorite local community of Goldwing riders and take a long scenic group tour together. I want to personally thank Jim Carpenter for writing this book, as it got me started on a path that has quite literally changed our lives. I believe what sets Jim apart is his unwavering commitment to safety, and that has made all the difference to me. Now, I can't even imagine retirement without riding!
-Harry Humphries, 1st Sgt. USMC (ret.)

Reviewer: Omar S., San Francisco, California
Very down and dirty, gets to the point, in your face. Did I read it all? Nope. But I already see that it's good.

Reviewer: John Bellman, Los Angeles, California
"A D*** Good Guide to Learning Motorcycles"
I have been turned off in the past by some motorcycling books that tend to be jazzy and stylish with little or no emphasis on safety but your book got me going. Learn to Ride a Motorcycle is written with a safe rider in mind. Jim's step-by-step approach to introducing the world of motorcycling helped me a lot. He recommends taking a structured approach to motorcycling--getting the right mindset, clearing all the wrong notions about riding (created by Hollywood movies), getting trained, selecting the proper gear and then buying a bike. Jim Carpenter has done a great job by giving additional information about selecting the right type of bike, gear etc. I will be getting my first motorcycle very soon. I think Learn to Ride a Motorcycle is not only a good book for beginners but it also has a lot to offer to the riders already on the streets.