David L. Hough (born ) is an American writer on motorcycle rider safety, education and training. He has been a columnist for Motorcycle Consumer News, Sound RIDER! and BMW Owners News magazines. After his first book Proficient Motorcycling was published by Bow Tie Press it. David L. Hough. · Rating details · 1, ratings · 80 reviews. Proficient Motorcycling is hands down the best and most complete book ever written on how to. Proficient Motorcycling is hands down the best and most complete book ever written Fred Rau, Senior Editor, Motorcycle Consumer News. David L. Hough.
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The author is outspoken and direct when it comes to safety, and he emphasizes the importance of the rider’s braking abilities and spells out how to improve them.
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It’s all about not making a cager mad at you and staying far away from them.
David L. Hough
I found a local training course website that I’d never heard of before. Become more aware of hazards for a safer ride. The reading can be a bit dry but it’s definitely worth it for beginner and intermediate riders. The chapter called “Cornering Habits” is a virtual master class in acceleration, deceleration, prficient of weight, throttle, leaning, and handling challenging terrain.
I am quite certain she will learn to ride a ‘little’ differently than I did. But there are some good books out there that actually discuss technique without convincing you that you will fail. But, there is some real good stuff about the physics of riding which explains why things happen – don’t just rely on intuition, because in a lot of cases it’s wrong.
Proficient Motorcycling by David Hough — Probably the best, most comprehensive motorcycle safety and technique book written. David is an artist, photographer, riding instructor, and world traveler, and he makes his home in Port Angeles, Washington.
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Aug 22, Philip added it. Spread your reading over several weeks and climb onto your bike between chapters to practice. A critical section of the book offers riders advice on how to deal with automobiles, including aggressive car drivers, oblivious SUV drivers, or “blind” truck drivers. He currently has four published books and one 2nd ed. Hough, who began motorcycling in the s, tackles every imaginable topic–from the mechanics of the bike, selection of the right-sized bike, and basic riding skills to night riding, group outings, and advanced survival tactics.
Dec 02, KennyO rated it really liked it Shelves: Wikimedia Commons has media related to David L. This book is a must-read for anyone new to motorcycling. No trivia or quizzes yet. If you ride, or want to ride motorcycles on public roads, this book is for you.
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Even before starting to ride one! HoughPaperback 2 product ratings 5. May 06, Jacek rated it liked it.
Good skill enhancing tips herein, even if the tips seem a little geeky for the die hard rider. Any rider who motprcycling venture out on the road without David Hough’s voice in his head takes an unnecessary risk with his own life.
He defines, compares, and analyzes the ins and outs of steering and control: Hough provides real strategies for staying alive on the street, and I strongly suggest that all riders read his book. Hough born is an American writer on motorcycle rider safety peoficient, education and training.
Proficient Motorcycling : The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well
Proficient Motorcycling takes riders from long, snaking country roads right into the traffic of the big city, and Hough offers the best advice for riders dealing with the most challenging conditions, whether it’s road construction, snap-jawed intersections, skateboarders, or suddenly slippery road surfaces. Nov 14, Eric E.
Paperback Language of text: A couple of the tips have already improved my riding, and much of the advice could save somebody’s life.
He is the author of numerous articles, columns, and books.