This book has some good information, but it does have one glaring omission: how to make your motorcycle turn. I teach motorcycle classes for the USAF using the curriculum of a US national training foundation. One of the basics that we teach is countersteering. We explore the concept further in the experienced rider course. Far from being a technique that you'll learn at a track day, countersteering is how you make your motorcycle lean and therefore how you make your motorcycle go in the direction you want it to go. You countersteer at speeds above about 8-10 miles an hour, though at those low speeds it's a very small input. Yes, you do it intuitively when riding, but you want to know how you are doing is so that when you need to countersteer decisively to avoid something you do it with purpose--otherwise you're likely to hit whatever it is you're trying to avoid. Same with increasing lean angle in a turn should the turn tighten up on you. The rest of the book does have good info, but when a major error is made it tends to detract from the rest of the message.